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- Video: 4 Great Reasons to Grow 'Blush' Onion
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Video: 4 Great Reasons to Grow 'Blush' Onion
There are four main reasons to grow 'Blush' onion:
- First, it's very easy to grow. It has very vigorous tops that stand up to tough conditions and are also very resistant to damage from thrips, and it produces reliable yields in a variety of environments.
- Second, it makes beautiful bulbs. 'Blush' has unique color, both inside and outside, and it's easy to recognize, so customers will come back and ask for them by name.
- Third, 'Blush' stores very well, producing really firm bulbs with very strong skins that dry down well and store for up to 6 months.
- And the fourth reason we selected 'Blush' is that it is a very versatile onion, from a cooking perspective. It has color and good spice to dress up a salad, but it also has a lot of sugar and nice potency, so you can caramelize it or put it in stews.
'Blush' is more than just a novelty item. It's also a great-tasting onion that stores a long time and really performs in the field. Try it out — we think you'll agree.