The Galmi onion comes from the village of Galmi, a small community in Southeast Niger. It is here where this flavorful onion was developed and is believed to have been grown, selected and passed down for over 100 years. It more »

Texas Early White was the 2012 winner of Direct Gardening Association Green Thumb Award. This short-day, open pollinated variety produces white, sweet, globe shaped onions which are up to 5” in diameter. Expect about 105 days to maturity. Texas Early White more »

This is a short day that is very popular in Australia. It is widely adapted and suited for warm regions where short days are grown. Glad Alan produces delicious medium to large globe shaped bulbs with brown skin and white more »

This long day yellow has a deep globe shape that can become very large is some soils and when planted in northern latitudes. Shiny straw-brown skin with white medium firm flesh with a mild flavor. A fair keeper.

This long day onion is exceptionally sweet and mild. It produces jumbo (up to 2lb) globe shaped onions with light brown skin and white flesh. It will store for 1-2 months. Developed in the 1800’s, this heirloom variety it is still more »

Ruby Red is a long day onion that produces beautiful deep red onions that are strong but sweet. It is highly prized in Indian Asian cuisines. About 100 days to maturity. It is highly reliable, productive and stores well.

130 days — Blanco Duro is a medium maturing variety that produces large white bulbs of firm pungent flesh.  An especially long storing variety that is also tolerant of pink root disease.

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This is a popular short-day variety in India. It is suitable for dry and warm conditions, with wide acceptance in home gardens. Bulbs are medium-large, semi round in shape and red in color. Flesh is firm and pungent. Medium-late maturity. Read More…

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A short day white variety used to produce pearl or pickling onions in latitudes above 40 degrees or full size bulbs in areas below 30 degrees. Plant in May to harvest round to slightly oval 1 to 1.5 inch white pearls in 90 to 120 days. Read More…

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This short day white variety is used primarily to produce pearl or pickling onions in latitudes above 40 degrees. When planted in May, round to slightly oval 1 to 1.5 inch white waxy bulbs can be harvested in 90 to 120 days. Read More…

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This intermediate-day onion is one of the best red onions for sweet flavor. It will produce large, reddish-purple, globe-shaped onions with red and white rings. It is ready after 50% of tops fall over and it stores well after the harvest. Late maturity. Read More…

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A short day red that matures in 95 to 165 days depending upon planting time, location and climate. Produces large flattened globes 3 to 4 inches in diameter with dark red skin and soft white flesh with red rings. Read More…

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This short day red is well adapted to tropical and sub-tropical areas. Matures in 100 to 160 days depending upon planting time, location and climate. Reddish-buff skin color. Small to medium size thick flat bulbs with pungent red-purple flesh. Read More…

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This short day red has attractive large grano shaped bulbs with bright glossy deep burgundy color and soft mild white flesh. Short to medium storage ability. Resistant to pink root. Matures in 100 to 175 days depending upon planting time, location and climate. Read More…

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This is a medium maturity, very productive and vigorous intermediate day red onion. Medium size globe to flattened globe shape with thick deep red skin. Mild white flesh with light-red ringing and highly single centers. Good resistant to bolting and fair storage ability. Read More…

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This short day yellow has large globe to top shaped bulbs with straw colored skin. Thick scales with white sweet flesh. Resistant to bolting and pink root. Used widely in the southern latitudes throughout the world. Read More…

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This short day yellow produces large (400-500 gram) straw-yellow deep globe shaped bulbs with very sweet mild flesh. Very productive with fair storage ability. Resistant to pink root. Read More…

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A short day white variety used for dehydration. Bulbs are firm, small to medium in size with a thick flat shape. Pungent with excellent dry matter content. Best adapted to latitudes of 20 to 28 degrees. Relative maturity is 150 to 170 days. Read More…

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This short day white is large and circular shaped with soft mild flesh. Some resistant to pink root. Short term storage ability. Read More…

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White Sweet Spanish Ringmaster is very large at 5.5 inches diameter and weighs 2 pounds. It has white flesh with white skin. This long-day onion is popular because it is a good keeper, heavy producer and mild flavored. Medium-late maturity. Read More…

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This short day yellow hybrid matures in 110 to 160 days. Medium to large flattened globe shape with attractive straw colored skin and sweet mild flesh. Some resistance to pink root. Read More…

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This long day yellow has a deep globe shape that can become very large is some soils and when planted in northern latitudes. Shiny straw-brown skin with white medium firm flesh with a mild flavor. A fair keeper. Read More…