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1015Y Texas Super Sweet Onion Plants

(12 customer reviews)


  • A minimum of four dozen 1015 onion plants per bunch
  • Yellow, globe shaped, sweet, open pollinated
  • Size Potential: Up to 6″
  • Storage Potential: 2 to 3 months
  • Days to Harvest: 115
Yellow, Sweet, OP

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1015Y Texas Super Sweet Onions are Texas’s most famous onions and are also some of the sweetest! It’s called the 1015Y in honor of the ideal date to plant the seed (Oct 15th), and Y stands for yellow. Whether you are a novice or beginner, the Texas Super Sweet Onions are the perfect onion to add to your garden. They have an off-white flesh and are very sweet and flavorful, excellent for salads, slices, grilling, and cooking. 1015Y Texas Super Sweet Onions are known for their great flavor and large size, disease resistance, and very little pyruvate (which is that substance in onions that makes you cry like a baby when you are cutting them up). Under the correct growing conditions you should produce good yields of 6″, sweet, yellow onions.

We continue to produce our own seed to ensure availability. Don’t be fooled by imposters; there are a lot of people who aren’t selling true 1015 onion plants. This variety was developed by Texas A&M. There were several other “dated” varieties that were developed but this variety was chosen as the most flavorful. Matures approximately 10 days later than Texas Legend.

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Onion plant case lot discounts apply to single variety cases only (no mixing of varieties in the same box). Cases are field packed with the variety marked on the outside of the box. Multiple cases will be strapped together for shipment. For case lot orders, please include your UPS/FedEx shipping address. No PO Box deliveries, please. *Alaska and Hawaii customers: add $40 per case for additional shipping/handling. If you have any questions about your order, please call us at (830) 876-2430 or email us at customerservice@dixondalefarms.com.

12 reviews for 1015Y Texas Super Sweet Onion Plants

  1. hawkechik (verified owner)

    I’ve had good luck with these. Despite being neglected this year due to health issues, I still got a good number of mature bulbs with almost no bolting. Not as large as they would have otherwise been, but certainly usable.

  2. william h donahue

    due to circumstances, I did not order last season in time. I won’t make that mistake this season.

  3. Michael Magee

    I live in zone 9A – Central Florida. Received over 150 little plants late last year. Planted them and harvested about 90 percent. Some were small, some were medium, and some were large. The sizing was because the tops fell at different times and my family was anxious to try them. We harvested them between May and June 2022. I still have about 30 of them in dry storage, hanging in a box basket above the floor. They are great and store great. I am planning another batch in the early spring. Can’t wait. My family loves these Texas Super Sweet Onions. Written October 1, 2022.

  4. GB Colborn (verified owner)

    Planted in West Central Florida mid November, harvested April/ May. Some were braided into strands and hung on my pantry door (they were beautiful and lasted until late September!) some stored in the fridge, others given to friends and family- who are begging me to plant more this year. The 1015Y variety are truly sweet, and are surprisingly long keepers.

  5. Karl Domrose (verified owner)

    This is my 3rd year planting these. They never disappoint.
    Very forgiving. My soil is heavy clay and they still grow great.
    I am in zone 8B (central louisiana).

    I always plant around mid January. (Just planted 200 plants today!)

  6. Loren Schmidt

    I’ve planted these in Oklahoma for over 5 years. Never disappointed. Highly recommended.

  7. Gail (verified owner)

    My first time to grow onions and the 1015 sweet onions were a huge success . Most were 5 to 6 inches in diameter . Plants were shipped well packed and 100 per cent lived.

  8. sara-6641 (verified owner)

    I love these! Just brought in my cured harvest and weighed them today and I wound up with over 25lbs of these onions. I had ordered just one bunch and planted them back in mid-February here on the NC coast and was hopeful, but not overly optimistic. I’ve had a rough time growing onions here for a variety of reasons. This variety did beautifully, though!

  9. Kevin Meyer (verified owner)

    I ordered one bunch of these. I planted them gradually over the course of 3 or 4 weeks. 100% of them took and I am now harvesting them, some are quite large.

  10. sandyridgerabbits (verified owner)

    I have grown these for two years..These have never disappointed me even when I neglect them. I will buy these every year from now on.

  11. Joe Christiansen Daphne, Al (verified owner)

    This is my 7th year ordering and planting the 1015Y onions. I live in zone 8A. These onions are the best. I grow enough to share with friends and family. Always get a good crop of medium to large onions and they store very well. And they always arrive in great condition. Thank you Dixondale Farms.

  12. jermaine.pearson (verified owner)

    I live in Ocala FL zone 9A. Planted in November and by March (with constant fertilizing) these onions were the size of softballs (at least 40% of them) the rest were the size of baseballs. Cant wait to order again!!!

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