Dry Bulb Onions

Please refer to Onion (seed) Cultural Notes for growing information.

See Perennial Onions for Potato and Multiplier Onions, Shallots and Perennial Leeks.

Packet: 3 g (about 700 seeds) sows 50' direct seeded or 245' as transplants.




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Yellow Sweet Spanish Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

Yellow Sweet Spanish Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

(long day) 110 days. Large, dark yellow, globe-shaped bulbs. Flesh is creamy-white and mild-flavored. Thick necks should dry well before harvest. Use for bunching when young. Tolerates mildew and thrips. Bulbs don’t keep long, best used fresh. Pkt.
$2.25

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Granex - hybrid Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

Granex - hybrid Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

(short day) 80 days. Similar to the Vidalia onion. Bulbs are large, thick, and noted for their exceptionally sweet flavor. Produces high yields and is resistant to pink root. Does especially well in the Mid-Atlantic and South. Widely adapted variety. Pkt.
$2.50

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Walla Walla Sweet Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

Walla Walla Sweet Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

(intermediate to long day) 110 days. [1890 Italian heirloom via WA state.] This is the sweet onion for gardeners in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast who have trouble growing short day Vidalia types. These onions are more cold hardy and can still produce large onions with sweet white succulent flesh...
$2.50

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Texas Early Grano Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

Texas Early Grano Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

(short day) [1933, Texas heirloom, “The Mother of All Sweet Onions.”] This Vidalia-type onion is a good choice for the Mid-Atlantic and the South. Best started in the fall or winter and transplanted in early spring. Large top-shaped bulbs, thin skin, soft white flesh, with sweet mild flavor....
$2.75

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Red Wethersfield Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

Red Wethersfield Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

(long day) 100 days [Developed by farmers in Wethersfield, CT; grown by Jefferson at Monticello.] Large, flattened globes with deep purple-red skin. Fairly firm, pink-tinged white flesh with red concentric circles. Fine pungent flavor, a good keeper. Pkt.
$3.25

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Yellow of Parma (Dorata di Parma) Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

Yellow of Parma (Dorata di Parma) Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

(Dorata di Parma) (long day) 110 days. [Brought to Parma, Italy in 1896 by a seedsman from nearby Pavia.] Large white globes with golden skin, excellent storage variety. One of the best in our 2011 onion trials. Pkt.
$3.25

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New York Early Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

New York Early Dry Bulb Onion 3 g

(intermediate to long day) 98 days. A dependable and productive open-pollinated version of Early Yellow Globe maintained by commercial growers in Orange County, New York. The 2½-3 in. bulbs are good for early fresh market sales and suitable for medium term storage. Pkt.
$3.50

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