From Washington, this variety has crisp golden skin and flavor that is sweet and mild. A "long-day" onion, this variety is cold-tolerant and should be planted in spring in northern states. Plant once soil thaws and hard freeze season is over. Eat raw or cooked!
- Maturity: About 125 days.
- Packet: Approx. 150 seeds.
- Depth: Plant about 1" deep.
- Spacing: Space 1/2" apart in rows, when there are about 10 leaves thin to 3-4" apart. Keep rows 12" apart and for raised beds, plant 4-5" on center.