Allium cepa
Please refer to Onion (seed) Cultural Notes for growing information.
Packet: 3 g (about 700 seeds) sows 50' direct seeded or 245' as transplants.

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(Intermediate to long day) 100 days. [Australian heirloom, pre-1897] Spanish type. A...
$2.75
Item # 66107

(short day) 80 days. Similar to the Vidalia onion. Bulbs are large, thick, and noted for their...
$2.95
Item # 66901

(Intermediate to long day) 98 days. A dependable and productive open-pollinated version...
$3.25
Item # 66106

(Intermediate to long day) 98 days. A dependable and productive open-pollinated version...
$7.50
Item # 66106D

(Long day) 100 days [Developed by farmers in Wethersfield, CT; grown by Jefferson at...
$2.75
Item # 66105

(Short day) [1933, Texas heirloom, “The Mother of All Sweet Onions.”] This...
$2.75
Item # 66104

(Intermediate to long day) 110 days. [1890 Italian heirloom via WA state.] This is...
$2.50
Item # 66111

(Dorata di Parma) (Long day) 110 days. [Brought to Parma, Italy in 1896 by a seedsman...
$3.25
Item # 66110

(Long day) 110 days. Large, dark yellow, globe-shaped bulbs. Flesh is creamy-white and...
$2.50
Item # 66103