Named after an island off the coast of Scotland and first introduced in 1887 by David Murray, the gardener for the Marquis of Ailsa, at Culzean Castle. A great globe shaped, straw colored onion, sure to impress, capable of growing to 2 pounds each.
Red of Florence Onion Seeds Traditional fresh eating variety from the Mediterranean. Torpedo shaped bulbs average 4-6″ long. Excellent mild flavor, for fresh eating or short term storage. Excellent when grilled, or sauteed in olive oil.
The White Sweet Spanish Onion is a reliable producer of white skinned, mild, sweet onions. Best used fresh out of the garden, but can be stored for a short time. Bulbs typically grow 1-2 pounds, average keeper. Introduced in 1961. Long day.