Red Rock is ideal for southern growers! This hybrid short day onion produces excellent red onions with a sweet, mild flavor. Growers in Zones 9 and 10 can plant these in the fall and let them overwinter.
Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage Seeds
The perfectly shaped, compact heads of Mammoth Red Rock cabbage are ideal for urban farmers! This open-pollinated purple heirloom variety has many valuable characteristics. Harvest the head when small or let it get quite large!
Cipollini Red Onion Seeds
Cipollini Red Onion seeds produce small, red, flattened bulbs that can be eaten raw or cooked. This Italian heirloom is a short day length variety popular for its small size, firm texture, and mild flavor. Wonderfully sweet when cooked; great for slicing and pickling too.
Dwarf Red Coneflower Seeds
Dwarf Red Coneflower is a hardy, drought-tolerant wildflower. Sometimes called the Mexican Hat flower, this beautiful red flower is loved by birds and pollinators.
Red Burgundy Onion Seeds
Red Burgundy onion is a short day bulbing onion well suited for the Southern California area. Its mild sweet flavor is great for cooking.
Rocky Arugula Seeds
Rocky arugula is a spicy and complex flavored herb that adds a peppery kick to dishes. Southern California growers can plant arugula year-round in moderate areas. It will be one of the first greens of spring if left in the garden to reseed.
Red Beard Bunching Onion Seeds
The Red Beard Bunching variety is a specialty bunching onion with red stalks and a mild flavor. The bunching onion is one of the most important types of onions in Asia and has been grown in China for thousands of years. A versatile and mild flavor makes it a great accompaniment to any dish.
Growing Onions Growing onions is a must for any garden! There are so many different varieties all with unique flavors that will come to life in your kitchen. Spring onions are sweet, mild, and great in salads. Bulbing onions of … Read More
Yellow Granex Bulbing Onion Seeds
Yellow Granex hybrid onion is ideal for southern growers! This short day onion produces excellent yellow onions with an exceptionally sweet, mild flavor. Growers in Zones 9 and 10 can plant these in the fall and let them overwinter.
Gold Coin Onion Seeds
Gold Coin onion seeds grow beautiful flat cipollini onions. Gold Coin are intermediate day length onions that perform wonderfully in southern states!
Torpedo Onion Seeds
Torpedo Onion seeds grow beautiful onions about the size of a large shallot. Torpedo Onions are intermediate day length onions that originated in the Mediterranean climate of Italy. They perform wonderfully in southern states!
Tokyo Onion Seeds
The bunching onion is one of the most important types of onions in Asia and has been grown in China for thousands of years. A versatile and mild flavor makes it a great accompaniment to any dish.
Savoy Perfection Cabbage Seeds
Savoy Perfection cabbage seeds produce gorgeously crinkled 6–8 lb heads. Tender leaves are mild and sweet, perfect for eating raw or cooked.
Walla Walla Bulbing Onion Seeds
The Walla Walla white onion is a sweet intermediate day variety that does well in the United States’ southern regions. This particular variety keeps well and can be left in the ground until needed. It produces small to medium bulbs. This flavorful white bulbing onion is an essential kitchen staple.
Copenhagen Early Market Cabbage Seeds
This blonde, short season cabbage has a ball-shaped head that weighs 4 to 5 pounds. Many love this variety for delicious sauerkraut paired with corned beef, or in Grandma’s famous coleslaw recipe.
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