Come in bunches of 50-75 plants.
The Yellow Granex variety was developed in Carrizo Springs, Texas by crossing the 1015 and the Bermuda to make a deep, flat onion in the 1960s. You may not grow them as sweet as the famous Vidalia, Georgia onions, but they will be the sweetest variety in your garden! This onion variety was approved through vigorous testing to be allowed to be called a Vidalia onion. Each variety has to be submitted every two years and approved by their committee. Only approved Yellow Granex strains are permitted in the 17 county region in Georgia. We believe these grow better in MO than traditional vidalia.
This is also the variety grown in Maui, Hawaii and around Tyler, Texas, where it is called the "Noonday Onion." It stores fairly well for this type of onion at approximately 1-2 months. Yellow Granex produces large, semi-flat onions with rounded shoulders. Goes great in salads or salad dressings.