Growing White Grano Onions Vegetable Garden Seeds
- Latin Name: Allium cepa
- Other Names: Texas Early Grano, Baboso, Early Grano
- Days to Maturity: 100 days
- Hardiness Zone: 2-9, but thrives in South and West
- Planting Depth: ¼”
- Plant Spacing: 2-6”
- Row Spacing: 12- 18”
- Growth Habit: Upright
- Soil Preference: Rich, moist and well-drained
- Temp Preference: Cool, warm
- Light Preference: Full sun
- Pests/diseases: Somewhat resistant to thrips and pink root fungus
- Color: White
- Flavor: Mild, sweet
White Grano Onions Growth Habits:
Allium Cepa is ready to harvest in 100- 110 days. All onions need well-draining soil that is rich and moist. White Grano Onions are annuals that are typically planted in the spring in the Southern U.S. The 3-4” bulbs are top-shaped. Green sprouts will form in a week or two. These green sprouts can be consumed immediately like scallions. They can also remain on the onion, and this will help the bulb grow. In about three months the greenery will yellow, and the white onion will be ready to harvest. Slower to bolt, White Grano Onions are a great option for climates that are warmer.
Various Uses for Treated White Grano Onions
White Grano Onions are a Vidalia Onion variety and know for their juicy, sweet, and mild taste. They are a great option for onion rings. They are delicious cooked or raw, and cooking this onion will only make it sweeter. White onions are crisper than other varieties and can be added to fresh salsa. Onions in the garden make a great natural deterrent to animals like deer who hate their smell.
Treated White Grano Onion Benefits:
White Grano Onions have numerous health benefits. Onions are a natural cold remedy. They also aid in digestion. Longer- term effects include lowering lowering cholesterol, regulating blood sugar, and preventing cancer.
Grown heavily in Texas, and can be traced back originally to Valencia, Spain a century ago.
- 1 oz - Approximately 7,000 Seeds
- 4 oz - Approximately 28,000 Seeds
- 1 lb - Approximately 112,000 Seeds