Organic Rossa di Milano Onion

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98 days to harvest Allium cepa

HEIRLOOM We first fell in love with Rossa's high shoulders, tapered heart shape and of course her rich and glorious color; we continue to grow Organic Rossa di Milano Onion for her remarkable flavor. The sweetest onion we grow, Rossa is our favorite onion for raw salsa and guacamole. We enjoy her grilled, sauteed and indeed any way we enjoy onions. Rossa di Milano is also an exceptionally long storage onion, easily accompanying us through the long winters.

Size Price Quantity# Availability
100 Seeds $3.79 In stock
200 Seeds $6.50 In stock
400 Seeds $12 In stock

Organic Rossa di Milano Onion

98 days to harvest Allium cepa

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HEIRLOOM We first fell in love with Rossa’s high shoulders, tapered heart shape and of course her rich and glorious color; we continue to grow Organic Rossa di Milano Onion for her remarkable flavor. The sweetest onion we grow, Rossa is our favorite onion for raw salsa and guacamole. We enjoy her grilled, sauteed and indeed any way we enjoy onions. Rossa di Milano is also an exceptionally long storage onion, easily accompanying us through the long winters.

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1 review for Organic Rossa di Milano Onion

  1. Brian

    Nice and sweet, and fun to grow. They were a little on the small side for me, but I think that had more to do with my soil than anything (plus it was my first time growing onions). I will definitely grow these again.

  2. Heather

    You are spot on! Their size is totally dependent on the environment that they are in 🙂 I hope you will give them another try and so glad that you enjoyed their flavor! Don’t hesitate to reach out anytime!-Heather & The Fruition Crew

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Organic Rossa di Milano Onion

Transplant Only: Early March, broadcast in flats ¼” apart ¼” deep. Water evenly & clip tops once 5” tall (enjoy like chives). Transplant mid-spring 4-6” apart. Mulch reduces weed & watering pressure. Harvest as tops soften & fall over; cure in dry place with fans 2 weeks in direct/indirect sun. Store close to freezing as possible with 70% humidity.

Sowing Date: Late Winter – early Spring
Seed Depth: 1/4 inch
Days to Germination: 5-12
Days to Maturity: 98 days to dry bulb
Plant spacing after thinning: 5-6 inches

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