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Onion Plants 'White Sweet Spanish'

 LIVE PLANTS

SORRY, WE CANNOT SHIP ONION PLANTS TO: AK, HI, APO, PR and FOREIGN COUNTRIES. CERTAIN COUNTIES IN ID, OR, AND WA HAVE QUARANTINE RESTRICTIONS. PLEASE CHECK TO SEE IF YOU LIVE IN ANY OF THESE COUNTIES

1 Bunch = 55-65 Plants

1 bunch is $17.50     2 or more bunches is $15.75 each 

Mix and Match Varieties

 

Live onion plants ship January through May. End date may vary based on growers discretion

 ***We will not accept orders for onion plants after May 31st***

Long day. Spherical in shape with a sweet, mellow flavor and papery white skin. This variety has a good storage life with the ability to last up to 6 months.

Onion plants arrive dormant. They will be dry and recover once properly planted. Full sun, fertile soil, and 1 inch of water a week are essential needs for successful onion bulbs. Plant in soil amended with compost, well-aged manure, or a balanced fertilizer. Harvest bulbs when the necks have become soft and fall over. Pull up and dry for a few days in the field (if there is no rain predicted) Move indoors to continue drying, 2-3 weeks until stems are dry,( you won't be able to squeeze any water out of the necks) Cut off tops and roots and store in mesh bags, above freezing at 65-70% humidity.

LONG DAY- Northern areas. Bulb out with 14+ hours of daylight

INTERMEDIATE- Widely adapted except far north/deep south. Bulb out with 12-13 hours of daylight.

SHORT DAY- Southern areas. Bulb out with 10 hours of daylight.


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02/15/2019
MBinNC
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Got the onions yesterday, 02/14/19, both white and yellow. The Yellow looked very healthy, while the whites were a tad brown. Got them planted today. Only time will tell how well they grow. I anticipate great results!

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01/19/2018
Esther S.
United States
good onions but they did

good onions but they did not all do well

ES
01/19/2018
Esther S.
United States
good onions but they did

good onions but they did not all do well