Onion Seeds Intermediate Day


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Onion Intermediate-Day Bianca Di Maggio 200 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds


Selected strain of the classic Italian specialty. Avg. 2-3" diameter x 1 1/2" depth. Market these white cipollini onions young with green tops, or mature, dried in braids. We trialed several strains from Italy to find the best. Mild flavor. Limited storage. August-October sowing is possible where winter is moderate.  Harvest in about 80 days.

Onion Intermediate-Day Cabernet 200 Non-GMO, Organic, Hybrid Seeds


Early yields of red onions. Cabernet produces medium-large globe-shaped onions with deep red color. Late-intermediate adaptation gives an earlier harvest than long-day reds without sacrificing size. Good internal color, mostly single centers. 4-6 month storage. Adaptation: 35-45° latitude.  Harvest in about 110 days.

Onion Intermediate-Day Candy 200 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds


Widely adapted, mid-day. Slightly flattened yellow onion has potential for large size, especially when sown for overwintering in its optimum 33-40° latitude range. A Walla Walla-type for growing farther south.  Harvest in about 110 to 115 Spring 290 overwinter.  David has had real good success growing these in San Antonio, TX.

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Here at David’s Garden Seeds®, gardening is our passion. We provide top quality, non-GMO seeds so families can learn about gardening and love it.  In turn, we hope they will pass this passion down to their children and grandchildren, teaching them to grow  delicious food, fresh herbs and beautiful flowers.