Traditionally grown in Mediterranean Italy and France for harvest just at maturity in mid-late summer. Not for storage. Nice specialty variety. Adaptation: 35-48° latitude. Avg. 135,100 seeds/lb. Packet: 1,000 seeds.
Latin Name: Allium cepa
Days to Maturity or Bloom:
Shipping Information & Notes
CULTURE: Sow seed in early spring in 2-4" wide bands or single rows 4" apart, about 1/2" between seeds for summer type, 3/4" apart for fall type. Thinning is not necessary. Cultivate with a tine weeder. HARVEST: Loosen with fork or underminer and gather. ADAPTATION: "Minis" will bulb smaller and sooner the farther north they are grown. Suited to 40° and higher latitudes for mini cipollinis, and for small to medium onions farther south. AVG. DIRECT SEEDING RATE: 50'/5M, 80'/oz., 13 oz./1,000', 34 lb./acre at 96 seeds/ft. in 4" wide bands, in rows 12" apart. SIZED SEEDS: All seeds are unsized. SEED SPECS: SEEDS/LB.: 110,000-140,000 (avg. 125,000). PACKET: 1,000 seeds.