85 days. Both a short and long day type onion. Can be grown in the north or south. Produces yellow skinned white flesh bulb with a sweet, mild flavor. With proper care, they will keep until February or March if you do not eat them all by then. Plants should be here around February 15th.
Short day type– Start bulbing when daylight length reaches 10- 12 hours. Does best in the southern US
Intermediate Day type– Start bulbing when daylight length reaches 12-14 hours. Can be planted most anywhere
Long Day Type– Start bulbing when daylight length reaches 14-15 hours. Does best in the northern US.
45-60 onion plants per bunch. 30 bunches per crate.