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Onion Plants and Sets

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    Candy Hybrid Onion
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    Candy Hybrid OnionPlant
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    Day-neutral onion! Early, jumbo-size bulbs are extra sweet; hold up in storage. 85 DAYS.  More
    • Zone 3 - 9 annual.
    • Height 12 - 18 inches.
    • Germination 10 - 14 days.
    • Shade Required Full sun.
    $2.99 – $19.99
  • Walla Walla Onion
    Walla Walla Onion
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    $2.99 – $19.99
  • Copra Hybrid Onion
  • Red Zeppelin Onion
  • Yellow Ebenezer Onion Sets
  • Spanish Globe Onion Sets
  • Red Candy Apple Onion
  • Red Onion Sets
  • TX 1015-Y Supersweet Onion
  • Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion
    Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion
    $2.99 – $19.99
  • White Onion Sets
  • Redwing Onion
  • Red Sun Shallot
  • Superstar Hybrid Onion
  • Gurney's® Onion Food
  • Swiss Giant Zermatt Leek
  • Crystal White Wax Onion
    Crystal White Wax Onion
    $2.99 – $19.99
  • Out of Season White Onion Sets - Pint
    White Onion Sets - Pint
    $6.99
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  • Out of Season Red Onion Sets
    Red Onion Sets
    $6.99
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Onions are easy to grow—and an essential ingredient in so many recipes. Want onions in a hurry? Start with plants and you'll harvest bulbs just 3 ½ months after planting. Many gardeners also like onion sets for their ease of planting and quick results. When selecting onions, remember that "long day" type onions, which need 13-16 hours of daylight, do best in the Northern zones; "short day" types do best in the Southern zones and thrive in regions with a mild winter climate. "Day-neutral" types are grow well in most zones.
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