Walla Walla Onion
Description: Possibly world famous, certainly famous in the Northwest. Named after Walla Walla, Washington. These onions are juicy, mild, and sweet. Best eaten fresh, not a storage onion.
Grows best between 35 and 55 latitude.
Days to Maturity: 90 to 110 days
Approximate seeds per pack: 100
History: Apparently the variety originated from the French regions of Corsica and were brought to Washington State.