Yellow Stuttgarter Onion Bulbs - (Allium cepa)
- Bulb Count:
- Approx 75 bulbs
- Shipping Restrictions:
- U.S. shipping only, Cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Washington or Idaho
- Days to Maturity:
- Average 90-100 days
- Long day
- Plant Spacing:
- 4 - 6"
- Light Preference:
- Full sun
- Soil Requirements:
- Fertile and Well-drained
Yellow Stuttgarter Onion Bulbs
Yellow Stuttgarter is the standard by which all yellow onions are judged. Its medium-sized flattened globe-shaped bulbs are about 3 inches in diameter with light brown skin and yellow-white flesh.
It is grown as a green onion in the fall and mature bulbing onions in the spring in colder climates. It also does well in warmer climates as a tasty green onion, known as scallions or a shallot substitute.
U.S. shipping only, Cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Washington or Idaho.
These are ready-to-plant bulbs and not seeds or slips.
Long day variety – needs 14 to 16 hours of daylight to form good sized bulbs. Grows best in northern US states.
Yellow onions are the biggest in flavor and assertiveness, bolder than whites and much stronger than reds or sweets. Yellow onions store the longest of any of the colors. They have the strongest flavor and are usually cooked, adding their flavors to the dish.
Their flavor is moderately assertive or sometimes pungent when raw and deeply sweet and complex when cooked or especially caramelized. Yellow onions are endlessly versatile in recipes.
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