BUNCHING ONION FREDDY
Description Variety of spring onions which do not produce bulbs. The vegetation period is 60–75 days. Sown in the spring, but best time to sow for early spring harvest of the next year, is July-August. It is winter hardy variety. Regrows after cutting. Grow best in cultivated sandy loam, light sandy loam soil.
BUNCHING ONION PARADE
Description Variety of spring onions. Vegetation period is 60–75 days. Cultivated for thick stems. Stems are lush, dark green and has mild taste. Plants are drought resistant, tolerate well low temperature. Grow best in cultivated sandy loam or light sandy loam soil. Cultivated in greenhouses, in open field and under cover. When grown outside, the vegetation period...
Description Medium-early variety for summer and autumn harvest. It is best to plant seedlings, which are grown from February to mid April. Vegetation period is 100–110 days. Leaves are straight, the white part is large, grow up to 30–40 cm. Resistant to frost of –7 °C. Used fresh, suitable for longer storage. Grow best in fertile, non-acidic loamy soil.
LEEK BLAUWGROENE WINTER (FORREST)
Description Late winter leek variety. Vegetation period is about 140 days. A winter-type leek that develop a thick, 20–25 cm long white stem that is barely thicker closer to the roots. Leaves are bluish-green, straight. Harvested in late autumn and winter. Suitable for long storage.
LEEK DE CARENTAN 2
Description A late variety for autumn harvest. It is advisable to plant seedlings, which are start growing in the middle or end of March. Vegetation period – 140 days. Grows best in fertile, non - acidic loamy soil.
LEEK GIGANTE DE INVERNO 2
Description Medium-early variety for summer and autumn harvest. The white part of the leek is used for food. Also suitable for salads, can be grilled or marinated with other vegetables. Water the planted seedlings abundantly. Grows best in light moist loamy soils.
Description Late variety grown for autumn harvest. Planted as seedlings or sown directly into the soil. Vegetation period is 180–200 days after sowing. Leaves are upright, greenish-blue, the white part of the shank is large, 25–30 cm long. Plants are resistant to -10 °C frost. Grows best in fertile, non-acidic loamy soil. Consumed fresh or heat-treated. Can be stored...
Description Medium-early variety. Matures in 125 days after sowing. Bulbs are flat-round, with a white shell, weight about 105 g and have mild taste. Used fresh, suitable for short time storage. Onions of this variety can be grown as spring onions and for small bulbs (for canning). Sown in open field in late April or early May. Grow well in sandy loam and in humus -...
Description In Italy, the onions of this variety are called “cipollini” and are traditionally baked in the oven or marinated not chopped. Can also be eaten fresh – because of their mild taste, they are very suitable for salads. Vegetation period – 120 days after sowing. Bulbs are flat, small, 3.5–6 cm in diameter. It is also possible to grow larger bulbs by leaving...
ONION DE BARLETTA
Description Early, salad type onion variety for spring onions and small bulbs. Leaves are dark green, straight, firm, bulbs are white, flat-round. Grown for summer and autumn harvest, used fresh or canned. Grow best in sandy loam humus soil. Bulbs grow well in the soil with previously cultivated corn, potatoes, cucumbers, tomatoes or carrots.
Description Early variety. Harvested in 120 days after sowing. Bulbs weight about 105 grams and are elliptical shape with yellowish shell. Due to the high dry matter content stay well during winter. Grow well in sandy loam and humus- rich, quite dry light sandy loam soil. The best precursor crops for onions is beetroot, cucumbers, tomatoes, radishes.
Description Late variety of sweet onion. Sweet taste bulbs are very large, weighs about 360-600 g and grows up to 800 g under favourable conditions. Onions suitable for fresh use, short storage, canning. Harvested after 170–175 days after sowing. It is advisable to plant the seedlings. Harvest must be picked before the frost. Onions grow best in water-pearmeable,...
Description Early, high-yielding onion variety. After sowing, yields within 120–125 days. Bulbs have red-purple shell, mild taste and weight about 190 grams. Very suitable for salads. Stay quite well in winter. Grow best in open, sunny location. Grow well in sandy loam and humus - rich, quite dry light sandy loam soil. Suitable preceding crop for onions is beetroot,...
Description Late, high-yielding, mild-tasting, winter-hardy variety. Sown from mid-August to early September. Can be harvested for leaves or bulbs. Bulbs are large, round and slightly flattened, weighing 140–150 grams. Eaten fresh, suitable for short-term storage.
Description A medium-late variety. The bulbs are medium-size, with a neatly fitting skin and high dry matter content. Because of its mild taste it is highly suitable for salads. This variety is suitable for storing throughout winter.
ONION RAMATA DI MILANO
Description Late variety. Harvested in 110–120 days after sowing. Bulbs are covered with bright red shell, medium size, mild taste. Very suitable for winter storage. Sown in open field in late April or early May. Grow well in sandy loam and humus rich, quite dry light sandy loam soil. Suitable preceding crop for onions is beetroot, cucumbers, tomatoes, radish.
ONION ROSSA LUNGA DI FIRENZE
Description Medium-early, high-yielding spring onion variety. Vegetation period is 80 days. Leaves are lush, dark green, the stem ends with a small oval, pink mild tasting root. Suitable for fresh use, particularly tasty when grilled. Resistant to low temperatures and draughts. Grow best in cultivated sandy loam, light sandy loam soil.
ONION STUTTGARTER RIESEN
Description A classic onion variety. Can be grown from seedlings(grow within 100 days after planting) and from seeds(grow within 130–145 days after sawing). Bulbs are flat-round, have semi-spicy flavour and weight about 60–70 g. Variety is suitable for winter storage. Onions grow best in water-pearmeable, humus - rich loam or sandy loam, grow well after cereals,...
ONION STUTTGARTER RIESEN
Description A medium-early variety with huge yield. The bulbs grow up to 60–90 g weight, suitable for fresh use and perfect for winter storage. Grows well in fertile, water-permeable soil.
Description Medium-late variety. Harvested after 129–132 days after sowing the seeds. Onions grows up to 160–165 g weight and are 5 cm in diameter, 12–14 cm long with yellowish brown shell. Suitable for winter storage. Grows well in sandy loam and humus-rich, quite dry light sandy loam soil. Suitable preceding crop for onions is beetroot, cucumbers, tomatoes, radishes.
SHALLOTS AMBITION H
Description Shallots are also called multiplier onions. Harvested in 115 days after sowing. Bulbs are slightly smaller than normal onions, red-brown shell, pungent taste. The structure of bulb is similar to garlic. Sown outdoors in late April-early May. Very suitable for winter storage. Harvest can be used as planting material for the next season. Grow well in sandy...
SPRING ONION WITTE VAN LISSABON
Description Early, fertile variety of spring onions. Vegetation period is 50–60 days. Do not produce bulbs (root fruits). Leaves are mild taste long, white thick stem. Cultivated in greenhouses, in open field and under cover. Can be sown in autumn for early spring harvest.
WELSH ONION BAJKAL
Description Perennial plants. Can grow for 3–5 years in the same place. Resistant to cold, very early spring regrowth. Grows well in humus rich, mild to moderate soil sandy loam.
WELSH ONION BAJKAL
Description One of the earliest perrennial spring vegetables. Can grow for 3–5 years in the same place. Resistant to cold, very early regrowth in the spring. Grow well in humus-rich light loamy or sandy loam soil. Leaves are used for salads from early spring till late autumn.
LEEK DE CARENTAN 2
Description Late variety for autumn harvest. Recommended to plant seedlings, which are started in the middle or end of March. Growing season is 140 days. Grows best in fertile, non acid loamy soil.