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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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Heat-resistant large bunching onions, leaves resist breaking.
Heat-resistant, large bunching onions.
65 Days
Superior red color, long storage.
Superior red color, long storage.
118 Days
Long harvest window.
Long harvest window.
106 Days
Nice specialty Mediterranean variety with tall, elongated red bulbs.
Tall, elongated, red bulbs.
90 Days
The most winter-hardy bunching onion, with little or no bulbing.
The most winter-hardy bunching onion.
65 Days
Attractive, large, slightly flattened bulbs with light-brown skins.
Attractive, large, slightly flattened bulbs with light brown skins.
105 Days
The first red bunching type that is highly colored at any temperature.
Deep reddish purple.
60 Days
The famous juicy, sweet regional favorite from Walla Walla, Washington.
Juicy, sweet, regional favorite.
125 Days
Early yields of red onions without sacrificing size.
Early yields of red onions.
100 Days
Very flat, yellow cipollini that is deliciously sweet when cooked.
Very flat, yellow.
80 Days
Adaptable intermediate-day onion, very uniform and high yielding.
Adaptable intermediate-day onion.
107 Days
Early yields of red onions without sacrificing size.
Early yields of red onions. Conventional seed with NOP-compliant pellet.
100 Days
Classic yellow OP strain, dependable and productive early onion.
Classic yellow OP strain.
98 Days
A classic mild yellow onion with excellent size potential.
Huge, mild onions.
110 Days
Small and flat red cipollini with a thin neck, a good storage variety.
Small, flat, red cipollini with a thin neck.
75 Days
Flavorful early mini onion that matures early and holds well.
Early, purple-red-skinned mini onion.
60 Days
Widely adapted Walla Walla type for growing farther South.
Widely adapted, intermediate-day onion.
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.
90 spring sown Approx 270 fall sown in the North
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