Onion (Allium cepa). Generally speaking, long-day onions tend to do best in the North and short-day types tend to do best in the South. Growing onions from seed is often the only way to get varieties really suited to your location. Heirloom onion seeds are usually started indoors in late winter for transplanting outside a month or so before the last frost of spring.
Knocked our socks off in our bunching onion trials! We’ve never seen such a uniform, upright bunching onion, not a single leaf leaning over. Gorgeous rows of dark green and vigorous stalks with no bulbing at all, making cleaning easy and quick. Parade has a nice, mild onion flavor. Uniform size • Upright habit. (Allium fistulosum). Maturity 70 days.
The ultimate sandwich onion with dark purple glossy skin and magenta interior rings. Deeper purple than Red Bull, with a rounder shape. Uniform, large, round globes are very hard, an indication of its excellent storage potential. Ring color continues to develop during storage. Long day • Stores well. (Allium cepa). Maturity 118 days.
Renee's EXCLUSIVE – Enjoy these heirloom Italian salad onions at the scallion stage, or let them grow into succulent and juicy baby onions. They have burgundy-colored outer wrapper leaves, and white interior flesh that is juicy, succulent and richly flavorful without being overly strong. They taste absolutely delicious sliced into salads or stirfries, egg dishes, or topping pizza. Plus these special salad onions grow easily and hold well in the garden so you can harvest as needed over ..