Onions

  • $35.95
    Includes one bunch each of Yellow Sweet Spanish, White Sweet Spanish and Red Bull. $44.85 value for $35.95 ... 
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  • $31.95
    Yellow, red and white onion sets. One quart of each color. Red - Globe-shaped bulbs have bright red skin. Firm...
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  • $52.95
    Yellow, red and white onion sets. Two quarts of each color. Red - Globe-shaped bulbs have bright red skin. Firm...
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  • $4.85–$14.95
    85 Days Day Neutral. Grow jumbo onions wherever you live! First onion that is day neutral. Jumbo bulbs with sweet,...
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  • $10.95
    These unique perennial heirloom onions, also known as "tree onions" or "walking onions", form clusters of very small...
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  • $5.25–$14.95
    105 Day Long Day Onion. If the incredible flavor and large bulb size doesn't impress you, maybe the higher yield...
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  • $14.95
    85 Days Day Neutral. This 'sweet as candy' red onion compares to Candy Hybrid for adaptability. Being an...
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  • $13.95
    Mid-long Day Rich, purple-red skin and white flesh, tinged with rose. Sweet flavored. Medium to large bulbs. Good...
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  • $14.95
    100-120 Day. Long Day. The best red onion for northern regions. Requiring 15 hours of day length to bulb, the red,...
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  • $23.95
    1 bunch each of Yellow Granex and Walla Walla Sweet. Yellow Granex Hybrid Onion ... 
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  • $3.95–$14.95
    110-125 Days Long day. Famous for its giant size and sweetness, mild taste and crisp texture. A short-term...
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  • $13.95
    Mid-long Day Pure white, with a very fine grain and mild flavor. A very popular cooking type, it also is excellent...
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Plants are quicker to produce than seeds or sets, with scallions ready for the table in 3-4 weeks, mature bulbs in 4 months. Depending on plant size, one bunch contains 50-75 plants and is enough to plant a 20' row. Plants are field grown, harvested fresh, and bundled with care to arrive safely. Plant out onions immediately upon arrival in spring as soon as the soil can be worked in loose, well-drained soil. Onions are a cool season crop and able to withstand frosts of early spring. Onions will benefit from consistent feedings a few times during the season. For the best results, maintain a weed-free onion patch. Water them with at least 1 inch per week especially when bulb formation starts in the late summer. Long day onions do best in northern regions, whereas short day onions are better suited for the south.

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