Onion Yellow (Allium cepa)
British heirloom, Onion ‘Bedfordshire Champion’ bred by Sutton & Sons, Reading, England by 1869, large golden-brown globe shaped bulbs with a mild flavour, keeps well.
English common name: Bulb Onion
Typical bulb weight and shape: 300g globe
Sow: February to April
Maturity: August to September
Disease resistance: not noted
Storage: 4 – 5 months
Production: open field
Culinary use: multiple including sliced in salads, added to stir-fires or curries, baked etc.