Organic Fruits,Herbs,Veg (O)

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Photo unavailable ONION 'Cortland'
Organic Onion

This yellow storage onion is considered an improvement based on its wider adaptability and storage life. Thick copper skin, fine necks, and a uniform, round shape allows for great keeping qualities. Can store well into the spring. Tolerant of fusarium and pink root. It is quickly becoming a standard yellow keeper for growers everywhere. Long day onion. Plant in sun. (Maturity: 105 days) (Allium cepa ‘Cortland’)

Photo unavailable ONION 'Monastrell'
Organic Onion

Monastrell produces big, 3 1/2-4 inch, slightly flattened globes with lustrous, dark red skin and internal rings making it a large and attractive red storage onion. The plants are vigorous as well as disease and sun scald-resistant. Produces uniform yields of single-centered bulbs that store 4-6 months. Intermediate-day variety. Plant in full sun. (Maturity 100 days)

Photo unavailable ONION 'Red Torpedo'
Organic Heirloom Onion

Heirloom-Its skin is reddish-purple in color w/a sweet, mild taste. Elongated in shape, the bulbs resemble a torpedo or spindle. Its flesh is sweet, mild & tender w/lt. rose colored rings. It is delicious in salads, both cold & warm sandwiches, and on turkey burgers & hamburgers. Very adaptable & frost tolerant. A good choice for small garden spaces as you can get more in a smaller space compared to other onions. Sun. (Maturity: 120 days)

Photo unavailable ONION 'Valencia'
Organic Onion

This Utah strain of the Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion is mild-flavored with warm yellow and brown skin, the bulbs can be 4-6" wide. Valencia also makes an excellent bunching onion when young. An intermediate day type (day neutral) that tolerates cool climates, it is an excellent keeper. Can be used fresh or cured. (Maturity: 120 days)

Photo unavailable ONION 'Yellow Sweet Spanish'
Organic Onion

These golden onions produce fruit up to a pound and their great flavor lasts longer than most other varieties. These onions are gardeners’ favorites because they grow quickly without much effort. Water every couple days and fertilize about three weeks after you plant them. You will be able to harvest your onions less than four months after planting. Space 4-6 inches apart. Sun. (Maturity: 115 days)

Photo unavailable ONION, GREEN/SCALLION
Organic Onion/Scallion ('Evergreen White Nebuka')

Splitting type onion w/long, slender white stalks in tight clusters w/little or no bulbing. It is a true bunching type that is tender & mildly pungent & looks like a skinny leek. Hardy and cold resistant. Use fresh or cooked. Essential to Japanese & Chinese cooking, green onions are used as a garnish for baked fish, in soups, noodle dishes, or in stir fries. Plants are hardy and will overwinter for spring bunching. Sun. (Maturity: 60-90 days)

Photo unavailable OREGANO, Italian
Organic Common Oregano

The rich aroma will make your mouth water for pizza. Perennial Herb: Deer resistant. Drought tolerant. Pleasant aroma & flavor that makes a great culinary seasoning fresh or dried. Good border, container and cut flower plant. Attracts bees, butterflies & insects. Bloom time: summer-fall. Bloom color: purple. Height: 18”. Width: 18”. Exposure: sun. Water: moderate. USDA Z5. (Maturity: 80 days) (Origanum vulgare)

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