Green Onions Rule!

Green Onions Rule!


Hey Hamama Friends! 

Our Green Onion Kits are here to add to your easy Hamama gardening at home! Green onion is a very popular ingredient or garnish for so many dishes -  But did you know you can regrow the root ends to get new green onions!? Now Hamama makes it easy as pie.

Our Green onion kit includes a special green onion lid, plastic grow tray, three coconut mats, and easy instructions. Use store bought green onions and save by re-growing them several times! With this kit, the roots grow through the coconut mat which separates the bulb from the water leaving it perfectly dry so it stays fresh much longer! You can also grow a lot more at once in one tray - it has room for 39 shoots!

Why we’re pumped about green onions?!

Nutritionally speaking, some epidemiological studies indicate some associations of Allium vegetable (garlic, onions, shallots, leeks, and chives) consumption with decreased risk of cancer, particularly cancers of the gastrointestinal tract. Onions are a significant dietary source of carbohydrates, fiber, potassium, iron, and vitamin C. They also contain a variety of bioactive compounds, including flavonoids, oligosaccharides, arginine, and selenium!¹

Get your Hamama Green Onion Kit here


Here are some of our favorite ways to use Green Onions:

  1. Top off soup - Potato soup, chicken tortilla soup, chili… 
  2. Stir-fry them! Ramen, Stir fry, Pad Thai
  3. Baked Potato topping! 
  4. Bake them into quick biscuits, bread, or cornbread
  5. Tuck them into sandwiches / wraps
  6. Turn them into scallion pancakes
  7. Turn them into a vibrant sauce
  8. Mix up your Potato Salad
  9. Liven up your pizza
  10. Add some zip to your eggs or omelettes

Who knew it was this easy to have a continuously growing stock of green onions!? No more mad dashes to the grocery store for your staple garnish. Plus, they look super cute growing on your counter or windowsill :)


See something that looks tasty? Click on any image to see the recipe or just use them for your green onion inspiration. What’s your favorite way to use the mighty Green Onion?



Nicastro, Holly L et al. “Garlic and onions: their cancer prevention properties.” Cancer prevention research (Philadelphia, Pa.) vol. 8,3 (2015): 181-9. doi:10.1158/1940-6207.CAPR-14-0172


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Hello Joy!

That is a great question. We recommend that you use a new coconut mat every time you regrow your green onions. If you are looking for ways to reuse your coconut mat, check out our blog post for up-cycling your coconut mat here:

Have a great day!

Brittany Hamama

Can I reuse my coco mat from seed quilts to grow my green onions?

Joy Orson

Hi Jill & Jo! Oh no! How were you trying to regrow them? With our system, it is easy, mess free, and looks pretty cool on your shelf ;D This sounds like a potential watering issue. For support with your growing, please head to and click the purple “support” button on the bottom left-hand side of the page. Please have a picture ready so we can take a peek! We are always happy to help! In the meantime, here is a link to our getting started video and electronic instructions:

Allie Hamama

I am very interested in any response to Jill’s question. Mine started off great and are now sad, dry and dying. Any ideas?


I’ve tried several times to get store-bought green onions to grow. It’s almost as if they’re treating them in some way that they won’t because I used to be able to do this easily. Would it also work with your set-up to plant green onion seeds?


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