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  1. All the Onions and How to Grow Them

    All the Onions and How to Grow Them

    $3.95

    by Betty Jacobs Garlic, shallots, walking onions, potato onions, elephant garlic, leeks and chives. Complete cultural practices, including curing. Booklet. Learn More
  2. CANDY F-1 ONION Transplants - Available February 2015

    CANDY F-1 ONION Transplants - Available February 2015

    $13.95

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    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. Learn More
  3. RED CANDY APPLE ONION Transplants - Available February 2015

    RED CANDY APPLE ONION Transplants - Available February 2015

    $13.95

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    This large, flattened red globe is the type of red you find in your favorite Italian restaurant or salad bar. It\'s great for hamburgers, too. Has only a limited storage capacity.

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