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Onions are the staple of many kitchens.  Use them raw in salads or cooked in almost every dish.  

It can be difficult to choose the right onion for your area.  Onions develop their bulb according to how much daylight they receive during the summer.  Northern growers have longer days in the summer, so they need to grow long day onions.  Southern growers have more uniform days throughout the year, so they need short day onions.  If you live in the middle of the country, then intermediate day onions are for you.  If you choose the wrong onion, it will form green onions, but won’t form a bulb.

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  • Red Beard Onion Red Beard Onion

    Red Beard Onion

    40-50 days.  A beautiful and interesting bunching onion, it is beautiful and easy to grow.  It has a red stalk, green top, a mild flavor with tender leaves.   Minimum of 250 seeds per packet.

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  • Dorata di Parma Onion Dorata di Parma Onion

    Dorata di Parma Onion

    At customs, check back later this month 110 day.  A beautiful golden late season onion.  It has excellent storage qualities, and it's large size makes it a great onion for slicing.  Long to Intermediate day.   Minimum of 250 seeds...

  • Borettana Onion

    Borettana Onion

    At customs, check back later this month. 105 day.  A yellow, cipollini onion, Borettana is small but packed with flavor.  Traditionally used as a pickling onion, Borrettana is also a great addition to fried potatoes, green beans or any other...

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