- Yellow, semi-flat, sweet, open pollinated
- Size Potential: Up to 6"
- Storage Potential: Approximately 1 month
- Days to Harvest: 90
Walla Walla has been a customer favorite for years, and the pride of Washington State. A French soldier brought the first seed from Corsica, Italy. This is our best selling long day onion, but it can also be grown in intermediate day areas since it matures so early. Sweet as the Vidalia or 1015Y Texas Super Sweet, so eat them quickly.
The total price of your onion plant order will be determined at checkout. Pricing is based on the total number of bunches purchased (see chart to the left).
Customer Reviews of Walla Walla
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- posted by Mark in Indiana on 2013-09-02 23:40:30
We find people parked out back of our house, staring at the onions growing in the garden. The Walla Walla's were huge this year! Several broke three pounds. Thanks Dixondale!Indiana
- HOME GARDENER
- posted by CAROLL MINNESOTA on 2013-04-18 07:01:59
JUST GOT MY ORDER OF 14 BUNCHES OF ONIONS 4/17 13 AND LOOK WONDERFUL THANK YOU. SECOND YEAR I HAVE ORDERED FROM YOU AND WILL CONTINUE
- Carbon Copies
- posted by Mark in Indiana on 2012-07-22 22:47:03
Every single one did great hitting 2 pounds each.Mark in Indiana
- Awesome Onions
- posted by Heath E on 2012-07-18 08:55:39
You guys are the best. First year growing my self and onions are doing the best ever. Your tips help me and the onions are great. I will never buy from anyone other then DixonDale Farms. Thank you!!!!!! Wisonsin
- Whopper Onions!
- posted by Heidi on 2010-01-13 14:11:00
These onions are unbelievable! I dont think we had one under a pound and a half with our largest weighing a whopping four pounds! they are also super sweet, the sweetest of all the varities we grow. a super hit at the market. Pleasant View, Colorasdo
- Best sweet onion around
- posted by Jo-Ann Bouley on 2009-11-22 19:15:09
These grew fabulously in my southeastern Massachusetts raised beds. Most were 4-5 inches and were great in salads or on burgers and were scrumptious when sauteed and carmelized. Neighbors and family were visiting quite often and wondering if we had an "extra" Wallas! Will be part of my onion crop every year.
- posted by zoebisch01 on 2008-04-22 16:27:41
This Onion grew wonderfully in Central Pennsylvania last season. It is such a sweet,beautiful and quite large Onion. A neighbor grew Vidalia and the Walla Walla was much sweeter in our climate. Storage time is very short, but we turned the last of our crop into French Onion soup and froze it. So sweet, so good that not many made it that long anyhow.
- Best super sweet onion
- posted by Jim Hansel on 2008-04-02 23:03:23
I have a small farm and grow my crops without chemicals. I take my harvests to a local farmers market. Your Walla Walla onion is always asked for by my customers, I always sell all that I bring to the market, I do keep some back for the family. These are the sweetest and biggest onions that I grow. None better and always a big crop.
- Enjoyed at Suzanne Fine Regional Cuisine!
- posted by Joe Caruana on 2008-02-17 12:52:51
The Walla Walla onion was used in this 1903 Farmhouse overlooking Seneca Lake in Lodi, New York. Renovated into a fine resturant called Suzanne Fine regional Cuisine. The Walla Walla onion was used in soups, salads and main dishes all grown by our Master Gardner Joe Caruana a Native Texan. Please visit our web-site at www.suzannefrc.com