Walla Walla Onion Seeds
Walla walla onions are an heirloom variety from France. It is a large, mild, and sweet onion with crunchy white flesh. Tastes great raw or cooked. Matures in 110 days.
How to Grow Onions
For onions to grow properly, the soil needs to be loose and well-draining; compact soil will affect the size and shape. Onions are heavy feeders, so be sure to use rich soil and fertilize every month or so. Sow seeds in a sunny location.
After the risk of frost has passed you can directly sow the seeds outdoors. Sow the seeds 1/4 inch deep, spaced 6″ inches and in rows 12″ apart.
If starting the seeds indoors, sow seeds 4-8 weeks before last frost. The ideal temperature for germination is around 20-30 C. Seedlings can be transplanted outdoors after they have at least two sets of leaves.