Texas Early Grano Onion
An internationally recognised, early, sweet onion that was developed in Texas in the early 1940’s. This is the onion that has set the standard for many years with good yields and early maturity. It is best to plant these onions in late summer or early spring for the best yields. It is a short day length variety that will perform very well in the northern half of the country.
Seed count: Approximately 100 seeds
Best planting: January – April, August – September
Ease of growth: Very easy
Heirloom: Typically a variety that is older than 60 years.
- Height/width of the plant: 35+ cm
- Ideal germination temperature: 15°C
- Average germination in days: 7-10 days
- Sow method: This seed is best sown directly in the soil, as transplanting could reduce your yield.
- Plant type: Hardy, Annual
- Plant use: This is a well-known cooking variety, suited for both home and professional chefs.
- Plant/row spacing: 10 cm/20 cm
- Days to harvest: 110 days
- Seed treatment: No special treatment.