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Barletta White Pickling Onion (65 Days)

We suggest Pompeii Onion as a replacement


Short Day

A high-quality white, perfectly round, 3/4” onion for pickling. Also great in a cream sauce for your holiday table. 

150 seeds  

Please note that germination rates for alliums (onions/shallots/chives/leeks) decline rapidly. We strongly encourage you to purchase new seed each growing season.



Allium cepa

Germination: 5-10 days

Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 60-75ºF. 

Seed Sowing Depth: 1/4" deep

Sowing Indoors: Start 8-10 weeks before the last frost with soil temperatures 60-75ºF. Sow in flats 1/4” deep, 1/4” apart. Transplant seedlings out mid/late spring, 2-6” apart. Liquid fertilize seedlings every 7-10 days. Seedlings size should be about a pencil-thick at transplanting time.

Sowing OutdoorsEarly to mid-spring when the soil temperature reaches at least 55 ºF. Sow 1-3 seeds per inch, thin to 2-6” apart. The larger the bulb size the more space. 

How much does a packet plant: 15-30 foot single row  

Harvest- Stop watering a week before harvesting. Pull out when necks soften and start to fall over. Cure them in the sun for a few days then finish drying them out of direct sunlight, in a warm area, and in a single layer so air can circulate around them until the neck is dry. Store in a cool dark place with 35-40ºF temperatures and 65-70% humidity.

Tips- Needs fertile, well-drained soil. Amend with compost or apply organic granular fertilizer. Adequate water is very important for optimum growth, 1" per week. 

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    Darla C.
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    I recommend this product
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    Great place to under seeds, fair prices and great seeds

    Zach W.
    United States
    Arrived on time

    I haven't planted them yet, but they came on time.

    Cyndi H.
    Whate Pickling onions

    I'm from Wisconsin. It was and still is hard to find pearl onion and pickling onion seed. I was thrilled when I spotted them in the Pinetree seed catalog. It was my first year growing them, so I experienced some trial and error. All in all I would say it went well. I planted a second crop, but not soon enough and so nothing came up. However my first crop was a success. When canning bread and butter pickles I added them to the batch. My mother always had them in her bread and butter pickles, that is why I love them so much. Thanks so much Pinetree, for carrying pickling onions