Onions

Riverside Onion
Riverside OnionMore info27 available
Riverside (Allium cepa) is an outstanding sweet yellow onion that is very high-yielding, thick-skinned and long-storing. Riverside is a mild onion, with a delicious sweet flavor. A short to intermediate day onion for growing areas south of latitude 40è_N, and will perform best south of 35è_N. A great onion for farmer‰۪s market, community supported agriculture (CSA) growers, and a storage onion for subsistence gardeners. Bulbs frequently reach five inches in diameter and one pound in weight. 115 Days. Short-Intermediate day. Biennial. Grown at Mano Farm in Ojai, California.
$3.75
Texas Early Grano Onion
Texas Early Grano OnionMore info661 available
An heirloom sweet yellow onion (Allium cepa) that originates from the Bermuda Islands by way of Texas (for more history, see ‰ÛÏThe Onion That Came To Texas But Never Left The Same‰۝). Early Grano is a short day onion requiring a day length of 10-12 hours in order to initiate bulbing. These onions perform best in warmer, Southern climates, but this one‰۪s got a little bit of latitude to travel north. 75 days spring sown, 110 in fall plantings. Biennial.
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Welsh Onion
Welsh OnionPacket: 0.8 gram, ~200 seeds More info9 available
Welsh onions (Allium fistulosum) are a non-bulbing perennial variety that can be harvested whole when young and used as a green onion. Alternately, the baby foliage can be finely minced and used in a similar manner to chives. These are really gorgeous plants to have around the garden, especially in their flowering stage ‰ÛÒ the bees love them. If some plants are left unharvested they will duplicate around the base of the plants as the season goes on. Grown at Mano Farm in Ojai, California. 70 days from seed for baby/green onions. Perennial.
$3.75