How to Grow Onions
No garden is complete without the long, slender Nebuka Evergreen Bunching Onion as it is an essential, fresh or cooked, to Japanese and Chinese cooking!
The solid, flat bulbs of the Red Creole Onion has a spicy, red flesh that makes it a good cooking onion and is also great raw in salads.
The delicious Red Grano Onion is perfect for salads or hamburgers and is resistant to pink root and has a mid-range storage period.
The Red Karmen Onion Set is a delicious zesty, ruby red onion set that can be started and harvested a couple months earlier!
The Scarlet Bandit Onion is a bunching variety that produces a beautiful scarlet red hue with flecks of white, making any salad or dish pop!
The Snowball White's big bulbs have a lovely golden yellow papery skin on the outside with a pale yellow flesh with a mild flavor that is great for cooking.
The large, high yielding Stuttgarter Yellow is an excellent tasting onion with a deliciously crisp and yellow flesh, raw or cooked!
Get a head start with the Sweet Oversized Onion Sets that are just like its name says, oversized, super sweet and delicious!
Texas Early Grano 502 PRR Onion is a short day variety that is tolerant to pink root rot, but works well as an indeterminate day variety of onion as well.