Bandit Leek (organic): 120 days. Bandit is an improved open pollinated selection, boasting a thick shank with attractive dark blue green foliage. Minimal bulbing makes for a tidy, rail straight harvest and the very cold hardy plants resist splitting. Mulch well and possibly provide some coverage in northern gardens to enjoy a prolific stand of leeks in all their frost kissed sweetness through winter and into spring.
Walla Walla Sweet Onion (organic): 125 days when spring sown. When fall sown and allowed to overwinter, the round globes often attain a 5-6 inch diameter. For those of you in harsher climates, this onion can be spring sown. Start them early and transplant out as soon as the soil can be worked. The bulbs will be smaller, 2 ½-3 inches across, but they'll have the same sweet flavor. Plan to use quickly, they're not meant for long-term storage. Sweet type; stores 1-2 months. Long-day variety.
Cortland (organic): 110 days. From the breeders of the most prominent and highest-quality storage onions comes this improved yellow onion. Uniform, globe-shaped bulbs have thick, terra cotta-colored skins and slender necks, giving them the best keeping quality. Storage type; stores 9-12 months. HR: FBR, PR. Long-day variety.
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