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TX 1015-Y Supersweet Onion

Our Pick for Southern Gardens


A giant yellow onion with a super sweet taste. Onions can grow as large as softballs—and store well for 2-3 months. This short-day variety produces better further north and stores better than other short-day varieties.

Plant counts: A bunch contains 55-75 plants.
  • Zone 3 - 9 annual
  • Height 6 - 12 inches
  • Germination 8 - 10 days
  • Shade Required full sun

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  • Botanical Name: Allium cepa 'Texas Grano 1015Y''; Family: Liliaceae (Lily Family)
  • Height: 6 - 12 inches
  • Spacing: 4- 6 inches between plants, 12 - 24 inches between rows
  • Depth: 1/4 - 1/2 inch
  • Spread: 3 - 5 inches
  • Sun/Shade: full sun
  • Yield: 100 lbs/100 foot row
  • Fruit: Straw colored, large, but exceptionally sweet. Flesh is soft and mild. Weighs about 1 pound
  • Days To Maturity: 168 days from seed
  • Soil Requirements: rich, well-drained sandy loam pH 6.0 - 6.8
  • Seed Count: about 250 seeds per pkt.
  • Size: Baseball to softball size bulbs
  • Comments: Fair storage. Pink root tolerant. Fairly resistant to splitting and bolting. Low in the chemical that causes bad breath. Short day bulbs form when days are 12 hours or less. Best grown in the south. * Able to plant 4-5 weeks before final spring frost.Onions are quite hardy. If delayed planting occurs, store sets in a cool dry place not subject to freezing. Plants can be wrapped in a moist towel, placed in an open plastic bag and stored in the crisper of the refrigerator for 1-2 weeks. When in the garden, water frequently as onions are shallow rooted. Harvest mature onions when tops turn brown and look pinched at the point where they connect with the bulb. To store, cut off the stem about one inch above the bulb. Store the bulbs in a cool, dark, dry place in shallow open trays.

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