Vegetables Onions Onion Plants
Onion Plants
Onion Plants
Onions are easy to grow from our field-grown, spring-dug plants — just separate and transplant out. Plants arrive as dormant starts — expect them to be dry and/or pale in color due to dormancy and shipping. They are very hardy and will thrive if cared for properly. Offered in bunches of approximately 50–60 plants, one variety per bunch. Plants are shipped weekly from mid-January through the end of April. You may choose your desired ship week, or we will send the plants at the appropriate planting time for your location.
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The earliest bulb onion, fills the gap between storage and new crop.
The earliest bulb onion.
90 Days
Small and flat red cipollini with a thin neck, a good storage variety.
Small, flat, red cipollini with a thin neck.
75 Days
Widely adapted Walla Walla type for growing farther South.
Widely adapted, day neutral.
110 Days
The famous juicy, sweet regional favorite from Walla Walla, Washington.
Juicy, sweet, regional favorite.
125 Days
Extremely long-storage yellow onion.
Extremely long storage onion.
104 Days
Short-day for Southern growers only, grown as Vidalia type in Georgia.
Short-day for Southern growers only.
140 Days
A classic mild yellow onion with excellent size potential.
Huge mild onions.
110 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Sierra Blanca Onion Plants
Big, mild white onions from a widely-adapted day-neutral variety.
Big, mild white onions.
109 Days
Superior red color, long storage.
Superior red color, long storage.
118 Days
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