Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Allium cepa

150 seeds/pack   |   110 days   |  Heirloom

Heirloom red storage onion from Italy. Large 4-inch bulbs with flat tops. Shimmering red/pink skins. Sweet and spicy flavor. Outstanding storage onions and very beautiful. We grew the seed with the seed-to-root-to-seed method, meaning we dug the onions in the fall and stored them until spring. In the spring we replanted and let them go to seed!

$3.00

Plant: After last frost

Allium cepa  100 seeds   110 days, 

This exceptionally sweet and mild onion yields large white bulbs with a brown skin. Reselected from Walla Walla onion by seed breeder Don Tipping of southern Oregon, it is juicy and delicious fresh but not a good storage variety. When sown in the spring expect large bulbs by mid to late summer. Sow tiny seeds in a deep tray and transplant to the garden when they are the thickness of a straw.

4-5 inches spacing, ⅛-¼ inch planting depth, sow outdoors- spring, sow indoors- 8 weeks before last frost

$3.00

Plant: Early Spring or Fall

Allium cepa

150 seeds/pack   |   120 days

This yellow sweet Spanish type onion is a moderate keeper and produces large golden bulbs. You can also grow it as a bunching onion by clumping the seeds and harvesting young. 

$3.00