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Onions
Onions
Johnny's onion line-up includes a selection of full-size varieties for all day-length adaptations, as well as specialty types like bunching, cipollini, and mini onions. Options also include organic or conventional, hybrid or open-pollinated, seeds or plants, and red, yellow, or white bulbs. Planted at the right time, different types and varieties can provide an ample supply of onions throughout the year. (To choose varieties best adapted to your latitude, see our Full-Size Onion Comparison Chart.)
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Forum Onion Plants
Early bulb onions for overwintering.
New! Early bulb onions for overwintering.
90 spring sown Approx 260 fall sown in the North
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Red Rock Full-Size Onions
The best red onion for southern growers.
New! The best red onion for southern growers.
165 from fall planting
The most winter-hardy bunching onion, with little or no bulbing.
The most winter-hardy bunching onion.
65 Days
The best onion for overwintering in the North.
The best onion for overwintering in the North.
90 spring sown Approx 270 fall sown in the North
Attractive short-day; best red onion for overwintering in the North.
Attractive short-day; the best red onion for overwintering in the North.
100 spring sown Approx 160 fall sown in the South
The first red bunching type that is highly colored at any temperature.
Deep red-purple.
60 Days
Organic bunching onion with bright white shanks and no bulbing.
Organic bunching onion.
65 Days
Heat-resistant large bunching onions, leaves resist breaking.
Heat-resistant, large bunching onions.
65 Days
The famous juicy, sweet regional favorite from Walla Walla, Washington.
The famous, mild yellow variety from Walla Walla, WA.
Approx 300 late-summer sown and wintered over; 125 spring sown
Johnny's Exclusive
Nabechan Bunching Onions
Better flavor than other bunching onions, sweeter and more complex.
Better flavor than other bunching onions.
60 Days
The first red bunching type that is highly colored at any temperature.
Deep reddish purple.
60 Days
Widely adapted Walla Walla type for growing farther South.
Widely adapted, mid-day.
Approx 290 if late summer-sown and wintered over; 110 if spring-sown
The best onion for overwintering in the North.
The best onion for overwintering in the North. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pellet.
90 spring sown Approx 270 fall sown in the North
Earliest bunching type, a cross between a bunching and bulb onion.
The earliest bunching onion we've found.
50 Days
Flavorful early mini onion that matures early and holds well.
Early purple-red-skinned mini onion.
60 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Sierra Blanca Full-Size Onions
Big, mild white onions from a widely-adapted day-neutral variety.
Big, mild white onions. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pellet.
109 Days
Early yields of red onions without sacrificing size.
Early yields of red onions.
100 Days
Johnny's selected strain of the classic Italian specialty.
Johnny's selected strain of the classic Italian specialty.
80 Days
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