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    Swiss Giant Zermatt Leek
    Swiss Giant Zermatt Leek
    Versatile and early, leeks offer a sweeter, more delicate flavor than onions. Popular in Europe for some time, Swiss G...  More
    • Zone 3 - 9 annual.
    • Height 24 inches.
    • Germination 5 - 7 days.
    • Shade Required Full sun to partial shade (4 - 6 hours or more of direct sun).
  • Evergreen White Bunching Onion
  • Walla Walla Onion
    Walla Walla Onion
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    $2.99 – $19.99
  • Seedmaster
  • Gurney's® Onion Food
  • Out of Season Redwing Onion
    Redwing Onion
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  • Out of Season TX 1015-Y Supersweet Onion
    TX 1015-Y Supersweet Onion
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  • Out of Season Red Candy Apple Onion
    Red Candy Apple Onion
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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. You can also start onions from seed. Most gardeners start onion seeds indoors and transplant them when the weather warms in spring. 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.