The Texas Early Grano Onion is a sweet, short-day onion. It takes a while to mature--around 165 days to fully mature. This Vidalia type produces nice, white-flesh onions. With a mild sweet flavor, it's great for onion rings. It will over-winter in milder areas and can be planted as a fall or spring crop. If you are looking for a great producing, large sweet type, this Texas Early Grano sweet onion is the variety for you! Happy growing!!!
The Texas Early Grano Onion is evocative, to say the least, but that's why you're drawn to it in the first place.