(Allium cepa) Very large, round, golden-brown bulb with dense, white flesh & a sweet pungency. Late maturing. Excellent storage. Best sown in Spring & Summer with Autumn harvest. 450 seeds
By: Ray on 4 October 2016
Hi. We have just finishing harvesting these onions & they were huge! Great for BBQ's, sandwiches etc. The largest was about twice the size of a regular onion from the supermarket.
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