Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion

Vegetable Garden Seeds: Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion

Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion

A very large globe-shaped onion, excellent for shipping or storage. Heavy, yellow-brown skin; pure white, firm, crisp, mild flesh.

  • 110 days to harvest.
  • Heirloom Variety.
  • Prefers soil pH 5.5-6.5.
  • Plant in full sun, soil temp needs to be warm (70ºF) for proper germination.

 

Approximate # of seeds per packet: 
505

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    57 days to harvest.
    Open pollinated.
    Disease resistant (Fusarium Wilt, Powdery Mildew, PEMV); for more info on plant diseases and pests: UMaine Cooperative Extension
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    Plant in sandy soil, in a sunny spot.
    Prefers soil pH 6-6.7
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    120 days to harvest.
    Open pollinated.
    Disease resistant.
    Grows 12-16" high.
    Plant in full sun, prefers warm soil (70F) for proper germination
    Prefers soil pH 5.5-6.5

Start plants indoors 10-12 weeks before transplanting or plant in rows 12" apart, covering about 1/4" with fine soil well-pressed down. When grown for bunching, the rows can be made 8 to 10" apart. When plants are 3 to 4" high, thin to 4" apart in the rows and cultivate frequently.