Onions

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Direct seed in early spring in rich, well drained soil as soon as soil can be worked. Sow seed 1.5 cm deep and 1.5 cm apart in rows or bands. For short season gardens, start indoors 8-12 weeks before last frost date. When seedlings reach 12 cm in height cut them back to 3 cm  in order to thicken them up. Plant out 10-15 cm apart. Keep evenly moist and weed free especially when seedlings are small. Harvest sweet eating onions anytime after bulb formation. For storage onions, allow tops to fall over and field cure for a week or so to dry the skins then harvest.

Dakota Tears

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Packet ~ 200 Seeds $3.50
Days to Maturity:
112 days

Large, uniform, vigorous storage onion with great resistance to insects and disease. Yellow skinned.

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New York Early

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$3.50
Available Sizes
Packet ~ 200 Seeds $3.50
Days to Maturity:
98 days

Enormous, early and mild with good storability. These large yellow skinned onions are the best we have found for eating raw in salads and sandwiches.

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Parade

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$3.50
Packet Size
Approx. 250 Seeds

Vigorous, uniform, bunching onion with mild flavour.

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Rossa di Milano

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$3.50
Packet Size
Approx. 200 Seeds - $3.50
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December 20, 2018

Rare Italian heirloom is exceptionally beautiful especially when braided into ropes and hung in the kitchen for winter use.

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Walla Walla Sweet Onion

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$3.50
Available Sizes:
Packet ~ 200 Seeds
Days to Maturity:
110 days spring sown, 150 days winter sown

Very sweet, mild onions that can reach 15 cm in diameter.

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Yellow Cipollini

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$3.50
Available Sizes:
Packet ~ 200 Seeds
Days to Maturity:
80 days

Deliciously sweet little onions. This Italian heirloom stores for 2-3 months if you can keep from eating them all first.

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