Heirloom vegetable originates in Scotland
Yellow skinned sweet Spanish type onion
Can reach 2.27 kg (5 lbs) in weight and 20 cm (8") in diameter
A very reliable performer in areas with shorter growing seasons.
Easy to cultivate
:0.5g (140 Seeds)
This yellow skinned Spanish onion can reach 2.27 kg (5 lbs) in weight and 20 cm (8") in diameter - which is very handy when it comes to the largest onion category at your local Fall Exhibition. The flesh is relatively mild and sweet making it ideal as a fresh use onion rather than for long term storage. This is also a very reliable performer in areas with shorter growing seasons. Introduced from Scotland in 1887. Seed can be started indoors in a soil-less growing medium in February. The seedlings can then be transplanted outside later in spring. Seed can also be sown directly outdoors from mid April, 8-15 mm (1/4-1/2") deep and 15 mm (1/2") apart in rows 30 cm (12") apart. Thin seedlings to 12.5 cm (5") apart. Onions do best in a sunny site with fertile, well drained soil. Bend over any flower stalks that start to grow so the plant's energy goes into building the bulb.
'Ailsa Craig' Onion (Allium cepa) 0.5g 140 Seeds. 5g 25g 125g quantity options available. (0.5g (140 Seeds)) - B0718WD61G