Onions

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.  We can ship the onion seeds, but we cannot ship the onion bulbs outside of the U.S.

COOK IT! Onion Recipes HERE 

GROW IT! Onion Growing Tips HERE

Onions
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Ailsa Craig Onion

Ailsa Craig Onion ON122

Long day. Very well-known globe-shaped heirloom onion that reaches... Read More
 
Australian Brown Onion

Australian Brown Onion ON101

Intermediate day. Introduced in 1897 by W. Atlee Burpee. This variety... Read More
 
Bianca Di Guigno Onion

Bianca Di Guigno Onion ON123

Here is a later maturing cippolini type onion. The small, flat shape is... Read More
 
Brunswick Onion

Brunswick Onion ON120

Long day. First offered in 1870, Brunswick is a deep red-to-purple flattened... Read More
 
Flat of Italy Onion

Flat of Italy Onion ON104

Intermediate day. Beautiful red cipollini-type, flat gourmet onion from... Read More
 
He Shi Ko Bunching Onion

He Shi Ko Bunching Onion ON111

(Allium fistulosum) An heirloom Japanese, perennial bunching onion; stalks... Read More
 
He Shi Ko Bunching Onion - Bulk

He Shi Ko Bunching Onion - Bulk ON111B

(Allium fistulosum) An heirloom Japanese, perennial bunching onion. Stalks... Read More
 
Jaune Paille Des Vertus Onion

Jaune Paille Des Vertus Onion ON114

Easy to grow long day onion. It was one of the most largely cultivated... Read More
 
North Holland Blood Red Onion

North Holland Blood Red Onion ON119

(Dutch Red) Long day. These beauties are indeed a lovely, shiny ox-blood... Read More
 
Red of Florence Onion

Red of Florence Onion ON103

Long day. Oblong-shaped, bright red onions, great for planting spring... Read More
 
Red of Florence Onion - Bulk

Red of Florence Onion - Bulk ON103B

Long day. Oblong-shaped, bright red onions, great for planting spring... Read More
 
Red Welsh Bunching Onion

Red Welsh Bunching Onion ON118

Super-hardy bunching onion that originated in northern China or Siberia,... Read More
 
Round Tropea Onion

Round Tropea Onion ON134

Intermediate day. Famous in Italy as the Cipolla di Tropea, it is grown... Read More
 
Southport Red Globe Onion

Southport Red Globe Onion ON124

Long day, 120 days. First released in 1873, and still one of the best.... Read More
 
Stuttgarter Onion

Stuttgarter Onion ON116

Long day. A tasty old favorite that sets medium-large, yellow onions... Read More
 
Tropeana Lunga Onion

Tropeana Lunga Onion ON108

Intermediate day. Long, tall bulbs are unique and popular with Mediterranean... Read More
 
Violet De Galmi Onion

Violet De Galmi Onion ON117

The Galmi onion comes from the village of Galmi, a small community in... Read More
 
Wethersfield Red Onion

Wethersfield Red Onion ON127

Long day. This variety dates to the 1700s. Popular from New York to Bermuda,... Read More
 
White Creole Onion

White Creole Onion ON133

Short day. Medium-sized, round bulbs have a translucent white flesh that... Read More
 
Yellow of Parma Onion

Yellow of Parma Onion ON105

Long day. Large, golden onions are oblong-globe shaped. This late onion... Read More
 
Yellow of Parma Onion - Bulk

Yellow of Parma Onion - Bulk ON105B

Long day. Large, golden onions are oblong-globe shaped. This late onion... Read More
 
Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion

Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion ON135

Long day. One of the most yellow onion varieties. Excellent choice for... Read More
 
Zebrune Shallot Onion

Zebrune Shallot Onion ON129

(Cuisse de Poulet du Poitou) Gorgeous heirloom French eschalion or “banana”... Read More
 
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