Bunching Onion- Deep Purple Organic$1.75Add to cart
Take advantage of our overstock position! Rich reddish purple.
The first red buncher that is highly colored at any temperature. For spring or summer sowing. USDA Certified Organic
Onion- Bunching Parade (Certified Organic)$1.75Add to cart
Organic bunching onion.
Parade has bright white shanks with no bulbing, and dark green, erect foliage. Very uniform, upright growth makes for easy harvest and cleaning. USDA Certified Organic.
Onion- Red Long of Tropea$1.75Add to cart
Tall, elongated red bulbs.
Traditionally grown in Mediterranean Italy and France for harvest just at maturity in mid-late summer. For bunching or fresh use, not for storage. Nice specialty variety.
Onion- Candy Yellow$1.75Add to cart
Widely adapted, intermediate-day onion.
Slightly flattened yellow onion has potential for large size, especially when sown for overwintering in its optimum 33-40° latitude range. A Walla Walla-type for growing farther south.
Onion- Sweet Yellow Walla Walla$1.75Add to cart
The famous, mild yellow variety from Walla Walla, WA.
Juicy, sweet, regional favorite. In the Northwest, which has normal low winter temperatures above -10°F (-23°C), seed is sown in late August, and a crop of very large, flattened, ultra-mild onions is harvested early the next summer. SPRING PLANTING: Walla Walla may be spring planted using seeds or plants in colder regions where winter survival is hit or miss. It is not as big or sweet as the wintered-over crop, but still milder and juicier than others from spring planting. Nice as a “green top” onion. Not for storage.
Onions- White Castle$1.75Add to cart
Short-day onion with excellent color and disease resistance.
Jumbo, globe-shaped bulbs with bright white skins when cured properly. To maintain white color, cure in the field as briefly as possible or cure in a dark, warm, and dry area. Mild to moderate pungency. For short to medium storage (3-4 months).