Starting from seed is often the only way to get classic, gourmet, heirloom onions. Sow indoors up to twelve weeks ahead of outdoor transplanting. Set out two weeks before last frost. Mulch and weed thoroughly. Bulbs are ready when tops bend. Liberal useof onions offers wellness benefits including cardiovascular health and cold and allergy prevention.
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First offered in 1870, Brunswick Onion is a deep red-to-purple, flattened type. A very mild and sweet onion variety. Long ...
Onion, Ailsa Craig$2.75
Introduced in 1887 by David Murray, gardener for the Marquis of Ailsa. Named after a small island off the west ...
Onion, Red Creole$2.50
This short day onion is great for the South and stores well. Hard, flat bulbs have spicy, red flesh. Red ...
Onion, Red of Florence$2.50
These oblong, bright red onions are great for planting spring or fall. Seems to do well in many areas. They ...
Onion, Red Wethersfield (Organic)$2.75
Listed as Large Red in 1834 by Hovey & Co. of Boston; the name Wethersfield was first ascribed to this ...
Onion, Yellow of Parma$2.75
A top quality late maturing onion with golden globe-shaped bulbs weighing an average of 1 pound. Imported from Italy. Yellow ...
Onion, Yellow of Parma (Baker Creek)$2.50
A large, golden-yellow heirloom that grows well, even in colder climates. The Yellow of Parma Onion stores well and is ...