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David's onion line-up includes a selection of full-size varieties for all day-length adaptations, as well as specialty types like bunching, cipollini, and mini onions. Options also include organic or conventional, hybrid or open-pollinated, seeds or plants, and red, yellow, or white bulbs. Planted at the right time, different types and varieties can provide an ample supply of onions throughout the year.
Ailsa Craig Exhibition Onion 200 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Ailsa Craig Exhibition Onion is a classic mild onion with excellent size potential. Jumbo to colossal, round to teardrop-shaped bulbs with light brown skins. Use fresh or for short-term storage. Harvest in about 110 days.
Cortland Long Day Onion 200 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds
Cortland Long Day Onion is an organic, yellow storage onion. Large, blocky-round, uniform onions with thin necks that will dry well. Very hard with a thick, rich brown skin for good storability. High resistance to fusarium basal rot. Adaptation: 38-55° latitude. Harvest in about 104 days.
Gold Coin Onion 200 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Very flat, yellow. Matures to a small-medium, yellow cipollini onion, averaging 1 and 1/2 to 3 inches in diameter by 3/4 to 1 inches in depth. Pungent, but deliciously sweet when cooked. For bunching or braiding. Recommended for latitudes 38 to 60°; necks may be too thick at lower latitudes. Harvest in about 80 days.
New York Early Onion 200 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
One of the more dependable and productive early onions, New York Early Onions produce medium-large, blocky, firm, yellow onions that are early and suited to medium-term storage. Its flesh is more tender than the extra-hard, long storage varieties. Adaptation: 38-50° latitude. Organically grown. Harvest in about 98 days.
Patterson Long Day Onion 200 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds
This is an extremely long storage yellow onion. Patterson Long Day Onion has the same firmness and storage qualities as Copra, with a larger size, better uniformity, and higher yield potential. Medium-large, blocky bulbs with dark yellow skin and thin necks that dry quickly. Adaptation: 38-55° latitude. Harvest in about 104 days.
Purplette Onion 500 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Early, purple-red-skinned mini onion. These flavorful specialty onions mature early and hold well. Purplette is a glossy rich burgundy, transforming to a nice pastel pink when cooked or pickled. Can be harvested at golf ball size or very young as baby bunching onions with purple pearl ends. Best at 40° latitude and higher. Organically grown. Harvest in about 60 days.
Red Long of Tropea Onion 200 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
These red onions are bulb shaped, not round. These are not for storing so use them right away. Harvest in about 90 days.
Redwing Onion 200 Non-GMO, Hybrid Seeds
Superior red color, long storage. Uniform, large onions with deep red
color. Thick skin, very hard bulbs for long storage. Consistent internal
color. Harvest in about 110 days.
Spanish Sweet Onion 200 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Good percentage of jumbos. Heavy yields. Yellow‐brown heavy skin, mild creamy white flesh, thicker necks. Harvest in about 120 days.
Walla Walla Onion 200 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Walla Walla Onion is a juicy, sweet, regional favorite. In the Northwest, which has normal low winter temperatures above -10°F, seed is sown in late August, and a crop of very large, flattened, ultra-mild onions is harvested early the next summer. Walla Walla may be spring planted using seeds or plants in colder regions where winter survival is hit or miss. It is not as big or sweet as the wintered-over crop, but still milder and juicier than others from spring planting. Nice as a "green top" onion. Not for storage. Ready to eat in 125-300 days.
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