Famous for their mild, sweet flavor, Walla Walla are in a class of their own. They form robust yellow-skinned bulbs up to 4" in diameter with pearly white flesh that can be enjoyed fresh, cooked, or grilled. Sow fall or spring. 120-130 days. Long day variety. Best at latitudes 35-55 degrees. Approximately 6,600 seeds/oz.
250 seeds per packet.
250 seeds will sow a 20' row at 1" spacing. Thin to 4" between plants.