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Long-day onions start the bulbing process when day length reaches 14-16 hours. They do extremely well in Northern states and are excellent for long term storage. The recommended planting time is 4-6 weeks before your last average frost date.

Walla Walla

Yellow, semi-flat, sweet, open pollinated
Size Potential: Up to 6"
Storage Potential: Approximately 1 month
Days to Harvest: 90

Walla Walla has been a favorite for years and is the pride of Washington State. A French soldier brought the first seed from Corsica, Italy. This long day onion matures so early it can be grown in intermediate day areas as well. They are as sweet as the Vidalia or Texas Supersweet, so eat them quickly!


Dark Red, Globe Shape, Slightly Pungent, Hybrid.
Size Potential: 3 to 4"
Storage Potential: 6-8 months
Days to Harvest: 100-110

Large, round, richly dark red to purple onions with a slightly pungent flavor that will add attractive color to any dish. When left to mature, this onion will have intense purplish rings throughout. The Redwing offers a balanced combination of flavor and shelf life.



White, globe shaped, mild, open pollinated
Size Potential: 5"
Storage Potential: 4 months
Days to Harvest: 105

The best white onion in the long day category. It is ideal for onion rings with it's great flavor, single centers and large, crisp rings. Ringmaster has large, dark green tops which are delicious for green onions.

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