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Ringmaster White Sweet Spanish Onion
'Ringmaster' white sweet spanish onion.
Ringmaster White Sweet Spanish Onion
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White Sweet Spanish Onion

120 days — 'Ringmaster' is an improved strain of the old 'White Sweet Spanish' onion. It has large globes, with single centers and firm, mild flesh. It stores very well and is excellent for onion rings or garnishing your burgers and sandwiches.

Long Day Variety. Each packet contains one gram, which is approximately 200 seeds.
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Good So Far
I started my seedlings 6 days ago in trays, I can see about 80% of the lot poking their little pale green heads out. I wasn't expecting to see anything for several more days. I'll report back later in the season with my results. This is my first year growing from seed rather than sets but I've done my research and should be on the right track.
Reviewed by: Elisabeth Meyer from North-Central Indiana. on 1/23/2012
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