Texas Early Grano Onion, 1933 Texas Heirloom, Short-Day, Organic

$3.50 $3.75 -7% OFF

Texas Early Grano Onion, 1933 Texas Heirloom, Short-Day, Organic

$3.50 $3.75 -7% OFF
Add To Wishlist
Product description

Southern Exposure Seed Exchange - 110 days. Short day This Vidalia-type onion is a good choice for the Mid-Atlantic and the South. Best started in the fall or winter and transplanted in early spring. Large top-shaped bulbs, thin skin, soft white flesh, with sweet mild flavor. Good resistance to splitting. Short keeper.


  • Short Day
  • Soft White Flesh
  • 110 days 
  • Organic
  • 1 gram or Approx 225 seeds

    Instructions - For big bulbs: sow seeds in early spring as soon as soil can be worked; or in mild growing areas, sow seeds in fall to overwinter for spring growth. To Start Transplants: sow 1 in. apart in a container of seed starting mix and cover about 1/4 in. deep. Provide a strong light source until seedlings are 2 to 3 in. tall. Transplant 4 in. apart, burying crowns 1 in. deep. To Start Outdoors: sow seeds in well-worked, fertile soil in full sun. Space 1 in. apart in rows 8 in. apart. Cover 1/4 in. deep, firm soil well over seeds, and keep evenly moist. Thin seedlings gradually to final 4 in. spacing, using the tasty thinnings. 

    • Plant In: January - April 
    • Full Sun 
    • Plant rows 1 inch apart 
    • Plant 1/4" deep
    • 10-14 days to germinate 

    Firefly Farm & Mercantile may substitute suppliers due to availability. 

    Tel. (608) 632.5914 - Easy To Do Business With - Firefly Farm & Mercantile, LLC American Express Apple Pay Diners Club Discover Meta Pay Google Pay Mastercard PayPal Shop Pay Venmo Visa