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. Wellness benefits include cardiovascular health and cold and allergy prevention.
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An excellent keeper. Named after a small, round island off the west coast of Scotland.
First offered in 1870, this red-to-purple, flattened-type variety is mild and sweet.
A good cooking onion that has spicy, red flesh and is perfect for salads.
Red of Florence
A delicious, bright red Italian variety that grows well in many climates.
Red Wethersfield (Organic)
Listed as “Large Red” in 1834 by Hovey & Company of Boston; the name …
Yellow of Parma
Large 1 pound globes are great for storage. A top quality, late maturing variety …
Yellow of Parma (Baker Creek)
A rare Italian variety that grows well, even in colder climates. Long day type.