RED BULB ONION

As for the red bulb varieties, the most popular in our country are Tropea Red, Red of Florence, and Reddy of Milan.
One of the most well-known varieties in cuisine for its limited spiciness, and therefore excellent to be consumed raw or cooked. In the south, where there is no danger of frost, the transplant is done from November until mid-December and harvesting is done from April to May. In other areas, you can transplant in early spring and harvest in early summer.

RED OF FLORENCE FUEGO ONION 2260 RED OF FLORENCE FUEGO ONION 2260
Code: 061319

Description:

Dark red bulb, medium-large, top-shaped, and slightly sloped at the top. White, firm pulp with red striped inner layers, very tasty. Late cycle, it is sown from August to early October for early harvests, or from January to March for summer-autumn harvests.

LONG OF TROPEA ONION 2246 LONG OF TROPEA ONION 2246
Code: 061318

Description:

Early variety, elongated, sweet, red, suitable for sowing in July-August-September and autumn harvests "a cipollotto" (still green), or spring-summer "a bulbo".

RED SAVONESE ONION 224 RED SAVONESE ONION 224
Code: 061317

Description:

Large, pink colored bulb with a globular shape. White pulp with light nuances. Early cycle, it is sown in July and August for harvest from late spring to summer. Modest shelf-life, suitable for fresh market.

ROUND OF TROPEA ONION 2245 ROUND OF TROPEA ONION 2245
Code: 061314

Description:

This variety is extremely precocious, round, very sweet, and ideal for sowing around July/August/September for harvest "a cipollotto" (still green), or "a bulbo" in spring. Low shelf-life.

NIGRA ONION NIGRA ONION
Code: 060241

Description:

Long-day, late-cycle variety that is medium sweet and has excellent shelf-life.