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  • Garden Planner

    Garden Planner

    If you’re new to gardening, or if you’re tired of trying to calculate your growing seasons, the Irish Eyes Garden Planner is just what you need. The Irish Eyes Garden Planner allows you to figure out when to plant, grow and harvest many popular garden favorites. The Irish Eyes Planner has dates for the following varieties: Onion Sets, Peas, Spinach, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Radish/Turnip, Beets, Potatoes, Broccoli, Leaf Lettuce, Carrots, Chard, Green Beans - Bush, Sweet Corn, Cucumbers, Summer Squash, Melons, Peppers, Tomatoes, Okra and Pumpkins.
    $2.50
  • RED WETHERSFIELD ONION *Organic

    RED WETHERSFIELD ONION *Organic

    Large flattened globe with very thin, reddish-purple colored skin. The white flesh is very firm and tinged with pink or purple highlights. Fine strong flavor, vigorous.
    $5.00
  • COPRA F-1 ONION Transplant - Available February 2015

    COPRA F-1 ONION Transplant - Available February 2015

    Our most popular and best storage onion. Bulbs are uniform, attractive, with copper-colored skin and white flesh. Medium size, round and hard with a very mild flavor compared to other long term storage onions. Very bolt resistant in cool weather conditions.


    Multiple bundle discount is given when Irish Eyes staff puts directly into their system. Discount will not show on this website.
    $13.95
  • AILSA CRAIG EXHIBITION ONION transplant - Available February 2015

    AILSA CRAIG EXHIBITION ONION transplant - Available February 2015

    Yellow globe shaped. Very sweet onion that can potentially be 8" across and 6 lbs. Produces the largest bulbs of any onion that we carry. County Fairs watch out. Blue ribbon growing. Spread them out at least 6-8". Storage approximatly 1-2 months.
    $13.95
  • BIG DADDY ONION transplants - Available February 2015

    BIG DADDY ONION transplants - Available February 2015

    Yellow Globes. Slightly pungent, soze potential 5". Very early and productive yellow spanish onion. Commercial variety with good disease resistance and bolting tolerance. Excellent storage up to 6 months.
  • WALLA WALLA ONION - Organic

    WALLA WALLA ONION - Organic

    100 days

    For generations this variety has been the pride of Washington State’s onion-producing region. The famous northwest gourmet sweet onion can be grown from seed. In long and intermediate day areas where temperatures do not drop below -10° F, they can be planted between August 15 and September 1 and overwintered under a light mulch for harvest the following late June or early July. For colder areas it's best to raise seedlings and set out transplants in early to mid April. Not a storage onion.



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    Open Pollinated
    Price From: $3.95
  • RED BUNCHING ONION

    RED BUNCHING ONION

    60 days

    Non-bulbing, singled stemmed, long red onion. Spring or summer planted.
    $3.75
  • BORRETTANA ONION *Organic

    BORRETTANA ONION *Organic

    Late, long day, yellow-brown, small flat onion that has made the Italian onion famous. Heirloom, very unique in flavor with good storage. 300 seeds.
    Price From: $3.35
  • Candy F-1

    Candy F-1

    85 Days. Now possible to grow a sweet storage onion in the north with mild flavor of a short-day southern variety! Produces very large, white, sweet, deep globe-shaped bulbs with small necks and golden brown skin. If well-cured, keeping them until March should be no problem
    Price From: $4.05
  • RED WETHERSFIELD ONION

    RED WETHERSFIELD ONION

    Large flattened globe with very thin, reddish-purple colored skin. The white flesh is very firm and tinged with pink or purple highlights. Fine strong flavor, vigorous.
    $4.50
  • TEXAS SUPERSWEET ONION Transplants - Available February 2015

    TEXAS SUPERSWEET ONION Transplants - Available February 2015

    Produces handsome yellow, globe-shaped jumbos and colossals. The most uniformly sweet variety we’ve ever eaten and always tender. Never a hot one; nor a tough, thin-layered one. We can’t grow it in the North, but every May we buy a bushel from Texas to use during summer because it stores better than any other Short Day variety, often keeping right through the heat of the summer until mid-September..


    Multiple bundle discount is given when Irish Eyes staff puts directly into their system. Discount will not show on this website.
    $13.95
  • YELLOW SWEET SPANISH ONION Transplants - Available February 2015

    YELLOW SWEET SPANISH ONION Transplants - Available February 2015

    When started from husky transplants like ours and then well grown in the North, YSS will produce enormous globes running as much as 3 pounds each! The larger Sweet Spanish onions grow, the sweeter they get. The flesh is firm and the rings separate easily and are durable, making these types excellent for fried onion rings. Good keepers.
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    Multiple bundle discount is given when Irish Eyes staff puts directly into their system. Discount will not show on this website.
    $13.95
  • COPRA F - 1 ONION

    COPRA F - 1 ONION

    105 days

    Our most popular and best storage onion. Bulbs are uniform and attractive with copper colored skin. Medium size, round and hard with a very mild flavor compared to other long-term storage onions. Very bolt resistant in cool weather conditions.
    $4.05
  • TEXAS SUPERSWEET ONION

    TEXAS SUPERSWEET ONION

    This produces handsome yellow, globe-shaped jumbos and colossal. The most uniformly sweet variety we’ve ever eaten and always tender. Never a hot one; nor a tough, thin-layered one. We can’t grow it in the North, but every May we buy a bushel from Texas to use during summer because it stores better than any other Short Day variety, often keeping right through the heat of the summer until mid-September.
    $3.15
  • CANDY F-1 ONION Transplants - Available February 2015

    CANDY F-1 ONION Transplants - Available February 2015

    Comes from a fortunate cross between a northern Long Day onion and a southern Short Day variety. Uniquely sweet, mild flavor of the Short Day varieties, but is adapted to both Mid Day and Long Day regions. Candy produces jumbos to colossals, ready to harvest before others go tops-down. Inside you’ll find large, thick rings with mostly single centers and attractive white flesh. Bulbs have small necks and a beautiful golden color. If well-cured, keeping them until March should be no problem. If a northern gardener wanted a sweet storage onion, this one would be the type to grow. Nearly as tasty as Texas Supersweet!


    Multiple bundle discount is given when Irish Eyes staff
    puts directly into their system. Discount will not show on website.
    $13.95

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