Onion - Yellow Sweet Spanish
Onion - Yellow Sweet Spanish $3.95
Packed in Resealable Long Life MylarMoisture Proof Packets10+ Year Survival Seed Viability Category: Vegetable Type: Onion Variety: Red Burgundy Family: Amaryllidaceae Botanical Name: Allium cepa Hardiness Zones: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 Growing Difficulty:  4         Soil PH:  6.0 to 7.0 Fertilizer Requirements: Nitrogen    Soil Type: Rich, Moist, Well-Draining Germination (days): 10 - 20 Soil Temp for Germination: 65-70°F Lighting Conditions: FULL SUN Days to Maturity:  90 - 100 Planting Depth:  1/2” Distance Apart (in row):  4" Row Spacing: 12-18" Sowing Instructions DIRECT SOW BUNCHING ONIONS WHEN SOIL TEMPS ARE ABOVE 60°F Starting Indoors 8-10 WEEKS BEFORE LAST FROST Growing Tips When planting indoors, cover your flats with plastic to retain moisture and place in temperatures of 65-70°F for best germination. Transplant to a 2-inch depth at about 4-6 inches apart. Clip the tops to 3 inches. Culinary Uses The Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion is similar to what you would buy as an everyday sweet onion in the grocery store. These onions go great in any recipe. Harvesting Crops Harvest by pulling bulbs out of ground when the tops are brown and dry. Harvesting Seed Allow Onion to fully mature. Allow the stalks to turn brown and dry before clipping a few inches below the head. Store heads in a paper bag for several weeks. Shake the bag vigorously to help separate seeds. Remove seeds and store properly until next growing season.
Onion - Red Burgundy
Onion - Red Burgundy $3.59
Packed in Resealable Long Life MylarMoisture Proof Packets10+ Year Survival Seed Viability Category: Vegetable Type: Onion Variety: Red Burgundy Family: Amaryllidaceae Botanical Name: Allium cepa Hardiness Zones: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 Growing Difficulty:  4         Soil PH:  6.0 to 7.5 Fertilizer Requirements: Nitrogen    Soil Type: Rich, Moist, Well-Draining Germination (days): 7 to 14 Soil Temp for Germination: 65-70°F Lighting Conditions: FULL SUN Days to Maturity:  100 – 105 Planting Depth:  1/2” Distance Apart (in row):  4" Row Spacing: 12-18" Sowing Instructions DIRECT SOW BUNCHING ONIONS WHEN SOIL TEMPS ARE ABOVE 60°F Starting Indoors 8-10 WEEKS BEFORE LAST FROST Growing Tips When planting indoors, cover your flats with plastic to retain moisture and place in temperatures of 65-70°F for best germination. Transplant to a 2-inch depth at about 4-6 inches apart. Clip the tops to 3 inches. Culinary Uses The Red Burgundy Onion is excellent when used fresh in Italian salads or other even stir fried. Harvesting Crops Harvest by pulling bulbs out of ground when the tops are brown and dry. Harvesting Seed Allow Onion to fully mature. Allow the stalks to turn brown and dry before clipping a few inches below the head. Store heads in a paper bag for several weeks. Shake the bag vigorously to help separate seeds. Remove seeds and store properly until next growing season.
Onion - Evergreen Bunching Nebuka
Onion - Evergreen Bunching Nebuka $4.09
Packed in Resealable Long Life MylarMoisture Proof Packets10+ Year Survival Seed Viability Category: Vegetable Type: Onion Variety: Evergreen White Nebuka (Bunching) Family: Amaryllidaceae Botanical Name: Allium cepa Hardiness Zones: 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 Growing Difficulty:  4         Soil PH:  6.0 to 7.5 Fertilizer Requirements: Nitrogen    Soil Type: Rich, Moist, Well-Draining Germination (days): 7 to 14 Soil Temp for Germination: 65-70°F Lighting Conditions: FULL SUN Days to Maturity:  100 – 120 Planting Depth:  1/8” Distance Apart (in row):  4" Row Spacing: 12-18" Sowing Instructions DIRECT SOW BUNCHING ONIONS WHEN SOIL TEMPS ARE ABOVE 60°F Starting Indoors 8-10 WEEKS BEFORE LAST FROST Growing Tips Bunching Nebuka seeds do well in an 'average' soil when planted in full sun after the danger of last frost in early spring. In areas that do not typically get frost, sow seeds in the fall. Culinary Uses The Evergreen White Nebuka is a popular Japanese variety of bunching onions. Used fresh or cooked in a variety of grilled dishes or Asian stir fry. Harvesting Crops These onions can be harvested at any time. We recommend selective harvesting to keep a continuous crop. Harvesting Seed Like Chives, bunching onions will produce a flower if allowed to fully mature. This flower contains the seeds. Allow the flower to dry out on the stalk, cut the stalk a few inches down and hang upside down in a paper sack to dry thoroughly for a few weeks in a cool dry place. Shake the bag to release the seeds. Separate the seeds from the chaff and safely store until next growing season.