(short day) [1933, Texas heirloom, “The Mother of All Sweet Onions.”] This Vidalia-type onion is a good choice for the Mid-Atlantic and the South. Best started in the fall or winter and transplanted in early spring. Large top-shaped bulbs, thin skin, soft white flesh, with sweet mild flavor. Good resistance to splitting. Short keeper. Pkt.

Dry Bulb Onions

Please refer to Onion (seed) Cultural Notes for growing information.

See Perennial Onions for Potato and Multiplier Onions, Shallots and Perennial Leeks.

Packet: 3 g (about 700 seeds) sows 50' direct seeded or 245' as transplants.