Heirloom Onion Seeds - Diane's Flower Seeds
Evergreen White bunching onion is a hardy biennial that can eaten in the first year or overwintered. The plants multiply, bloom, and self-sow the second year. Space 3" apart with 8" between rows. Allium fistulosum.

American heirloom, 1944.
Heirloom Onion Seeds

Growing your own onions is fun and convenient, since you can harvest them as needed. They also taste great!

Sowing Onion Seeds

Sow outdoors 4 weeks before the last frost date, 1/4" deep. Or start indoors 6-12 weeks early. Full sun to part shade.


Onion 'Tokyo Long White Bunching'
(65-95 days)

200 seeds   $2.25                     
Tokyo Long White bunching onion produces slender scallions (green onions) with a mild flavor. The plants grow to 18" tall, and they perform well in both northern and southern gardens. Doesn't overwinter well. Allium fistulosum.

Japanese heirloom.


Onion 'Evergreen White Bunching'
(60-120 days)

200 seeds   $2.25              
Onion 'Evergreen White Bunching'
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Walla Walla is a very large onion with a mild flavor. It has some cold hardiness, so it can be sown outdoors in early spring in the north, or in fall where the winters are mild. Award-winning flavor. Does not store well. Allium cepa.

American heirloom, 1900.


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Onion 'Walla Walla'
(115 days)

200 seeds   $3.25                     
Yellow Sweet Spanish is the standard yellow onion for northern gardens. It has straw-colored skin and white flesh with a mild flavor. This long-day onion is best started indoors in late winter. It stores well. Allium cepa.

Spanish heirloom.

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Onion 'Yellow Sweet Spanish'
(120 days)

200 seeds   $2.25                     
Onion 'Yellow Sweet Spanish'