Organic Onion Walla Walla
DescriptionHighly regarded large white onion so sweet, it can reputedly be eaten like an apple. A 19th century heirloom named for Walla Walla County in Washington State, it's famous for its 450-900 gram size and sweet white crisp flesh. Not a long keeper so best eaten within a month of harvest. Sow mid-autumn for spring harvest or spring for mid-summer.
Matures 120 days from direct sowing.
|OPTIMUM SOIL TEMP FOR GERMINATION||DAYS TO GERMINATION||DISTANCE APART TO PLANT SEEDLINGS||PREFERRED GROWING PERIOD||WHEN TO SOW||NUMBER OF SEEDS PER PACKET||PREFERRED GROWING METHOD||BEST USE|
|10-25||14||20-30cm||Cooler Temps||1.2.3||200||Direct sow||Gourmet Vegetable|