Onion - Walla Walla OG

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Walla Walla Sweet Onions originated over a century ago on the Island of Corsica, off the west coast of Italy. A French soldier named Peter Pieri, found a sweet onion seed and brought it to the Walla Walla Valley. After numerous years of selecting only the sweetest and largest onions, the Walla Walla onion was created. Ì´Ì_These heirloom, extra large, white onions with light brown skin are famous for their sweet and very mild flavor. Walla Walla is very cold hardy, but does not store well making it a long day variety suitable for Northern regions, especially the Pacific Northwest.

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slow to sprout

Written by Sue on 28th May 2014

Planted these indoors and barely have plants. COMMENT FROM SEATTLE SEED CO. Onions can be picky from seed because they are generally planted in the fall or very early Spring when it's still cold, then they wait until it warms up to sprout. This process is common among certain types of seeds and the change from cool to warm is an important part of the process. We have had some luck starting indoors, but sometimes it can be too warm and humid for them to get the "go" signal they are expecting from Mother Earth.

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