Onion Plants and Bulbs

Give your onions a head start with our onion plants. Use them for scallions or let them mature to large bulbs. All varieties listed are pulled and shipped to you the same day by one of the most reputable onion growers in the U.S.

All orders must be ...
Give your onions a head start with our onion plants. Use them for scallions or let them mature to large bulbs. All varieties listed are pulled and shipped to you the same day by one of the most reputable onion growers in the U.S.

All orders must be placed before the first week in May. Unfortunately, we can no longer ship onion transplants to Idaho. Approximately 5 dozen (60) plants per bunch.

Selecting Onion Varieties
The size of an onion bulb is dependent upon the number and the size of the green leaves (or tops) at the time the bulbing process begins. For each leaf, there will be one ring of onion. The larger the leaf, the larger the ring will be. The triggering of the bulbing process is dependent upon daylength and temperature. Remember that the further north you are, the more hours of daylight you have during the summer.
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