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Onion , Ailsa Craig 'Golden Globe' Prizewinner

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Allium cepa L, (Circa 1887) - AKA: Prizewinner, A Nice-flavoured, eating and exhibition variety from 1887 introduced by the gardener (D. Murray) for the Marquis of Ailsa. The Onion was named after a small unusual-shaped island off the coast of the Firth of Clyde. This prize winner is described as "Handsome, globe-shaped, Not too hot (but hot enough) - Nice-flavoured variety; large, solid, with small neck; straw colour & while great looking for exhibition, it’s even better used in your cooking pot at home, plus it offers excellent keeping qualities, a winner all around!, Seed Count Approx - 175 avg

 SOWING - To ensure colour, shape and finish, sow in January under glass for exhibition. But not just for show, This is great sown outdoors in March and April if it is to be used as a nice-flavoured good sized eating Onion. (24 weeks maturity.)

Price: £2.20
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