POTATO ONION (10)

$7.95
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***NOT TO TAS, WA***  (Allium cepa) Alson known as 'Multiplier Onions'.  Old perennial heirloom onion with deep, golden brown colour & rounded shape.  Similar to shallot but producing larger bulbs.  Plant height to 40cm.  Easy to grow.  Stores better than most other onion varieties.  Ideal for small spaces.  Each bulb will produce approx. 8-12 new bulbs.  In most areas planted in Autumn with harvest in spring.  
  
10 Bulbs $7.95
20 Bulbs $12.95
40 Bulbs $22.95
 
(Note: One bulb produces one plant which produces 8-12 bulbs at harvest)

(POTONI10)

SKU POTONI10
Shipping Weight 0.1400kg
Shipping Width 0.010m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.010m
Shipping Cubic 0.000001m3

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