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1. Walla Walla Sweet Onion Plants #ad
2 Bunches 60 per Bunch, Heirloom Walla Walla Sweet Onion Plants #adWalla Walla Sweet Onion Plants #ad
- Heirloom. The pride of walla walla washington state, these globe-shaped onion are exceptionally mildly sweet and makes jumbo to colossal sized bulbs with light brown skin and perfect white flesh. Will keep for a month. Delicious for fresh slices on sandwiches and a variety of salads.
2. Isla's Garden Seeds #ad
Non GMO Seeds, 300 Seeds Per Packet, Walla Walla Sweet Spanish Onion Seeds #adIsla's Garden Seeds #ad
- 4-6" spacing. Produces sweet brown skinned, white onions of a large size. Four weeks before the last frost or when the soil reaches at least 50 degrees F, transplant the seedlings 6" apart in rows 12" apart. Latin name: allium cepa type: Open Pollinated, Heirloom, Cool Season|Warm Season.
Biennial. Seeds are great for planting in garden or for storing in a seed safe for an emergency. Walla walla onions are not attractive to deer; they also tolerate cold well.
Hardiness zones: 3, 4, 6, 8, 5, 11, 10, 7, 9, 12.12-18" height. This sweet variety is an overwintering type that's good for fall or early spring sowing in the north! plant the seeds 1/2" deep in a flat 2-3 months before the last frost date; keep the soil moist and at room temperature.
115 days. Long day variety. When the tops begin to flop over, cut them off to 3" to focus the growing on the roots. Onions need moisture especially in their first several weeks of growth, and they cannot fight against weeds; mulching onions can help with both moisture and weed control.
3. Zellajake Farm and Garden #ad
Or 1/2 Gram, Walla Walla Onion Seeds Many Packet Sizes Grow a Sweet Heirloom for Microgreen or Garden bin54 120 Seeds #adZellajake Farm and Garden #ad
- Maintenance and care: can be direct-seeded, grown from transplants started inside, or from sets -- small bulbs about ½-inch in diameter grown from seed the previous season. Germination temperature: 50 F to 90 F Days to emergence: 4 to 5. They are considered a long day onion variety, which means they need 14 to 15 hours of daylight to form bulbs.
Onions are good for intercropping with other garden plants, especially early-maturing spring greens. Do not plant where other onion family crops have been grown in the past 3 years.
Choose a weed-free, well-drained location. Walla walla" onions allium cepa “walla walla” produce sweet mild-flavored bulbs reaching 2 to 4 inches in diameter with stalks growing up to 36 inches high. Seed can be saved 1 year. Thin to 4-inch spacings for large bulbs, 2-inch spacings for smaller bulbs but higher yields, ½ inch apart, or 1-inch spacings for scallions.
Direct-seeding in the garden may not allow enough time for long-season varieties to mature, but is fine for shorter-season varieties or for scallions - onions harvested before the bulb forms. Direct-seed in spring when the soil reaches 50 F. Plant seed ¼ inch deep, in rows 12 to 18 inches apart. Longer if stored properly in cool, dry location. Raised beds are ideal.
4. Park Seed #ad
200 Seeds in Pack, Park Seed Walla Walla Sweet Onion Seeds #adPark Seed #ad
- Sweet enough to eat like an apple, yet with an onion "zing" that adds zest to any dish! Pkt is about 200 seeds, and store in a cool, because the seedlings will be thinned. Space seedlings 2 to 3 inches apart in the garden. Then dig up the bulbs, dry place.
100 to 120 days. Begin them in flats 8 weeks before expected transplant into the garden. If you want crisp, tender green onions, harvest the bulbs just after the swelling begins. If you like sweet onions like the ones grown in vidalia, it's a delicious cold-hardy variety with a flattish shape, you'll love this ultra-mild variety from Washington State! Maturing up to 2 weeks sooner than other spanish types, tan skin, Georgia but don't have the short-day climate required to grow them, and white flesh.
For mature bulbs, cure for 3 weeks, which sows 30 feet of row if started indoors less if direct-sown, wait until the tops fall over after the growing season. The narrow foliage is light green and is very strong smelling. This 20 inch tall plant is grown for its edible, red, enlarged, underground portion which may be white, bulbous, or yellow in color. Start seed indoors in early spring for summer harvest in the north.
5. Hometown Seeds #ad
Walla Walla Seeds, Onion #adHometown Seeds #ad
- A delicious, mild sweet onion, measuring about 4 inches across. Firm texture. Package contains approximately 285 Onion, Walla Walla Seeds. Some say this is the world's best tasting onion. 1 package = 1 g Of Seeds.
6. David's Garden Seeds #ad
David's Garden Seeds Onion Long-Day Walla Walla Sweet 4493 Yellow 200 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds #adDavid's Garden Seeds #ad
- Seeds are non-gmo, easy to grow and hand packed by David's Garden Seeds in the United States of America. Harvest in about 300 days late-summer sown and wintered over; 125 days spring sown.
Germination rate about 80% and better. The famous, mild yellow variety from Walla Walla, WA. Juicy, regional favorite developed in Walla Walla, sweet, WA.
7. CaribbeanGarden #ad
30 Walla Walla Onion Plants- Sweet,Delicious for fresh slices on sandwiches #adCaribbeanGarden #ad
- Vegetable type:Onion, Sunlight:Partial Shade. Plant Form:Plant. Brand:caribbean Garden, Season Of Interest:Spring.