Blush Onion Plants

(1 customer review)

$14.45

  • 50-75 Blush onion plants per bunch
  • Pink, globe shaped, slightly pungent, hybrid
  • Size Potential: 3-4″
  • Storage Potential: 5-6 months
  • Days to Harvest: 110-120
Pink, Storage, Hybrid

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Availability: Out of Season

Description

Blush onions are a unique cross between yellow and red onions that have a delicate, pink internal structure. Very popular in French markets. Tight brownish to pink champagne skin dries down quickly. Internally the Blush onion rings are light purple to pink, which are slightly pungent with a bit of sweetness. Grows very vigorous foliage and is widely adaptable to most northern growing areas.

Free Shipping on all orders! Exclusions apply to AK and HI orders over ten bunches; add $2.00 per bunch over ten bunches or $40 per case for shipping/handling.

PRICING EXAMPLE: 1 bunch Copra + 1 bunch Sterling = 2 bunches for a total of $21.90. After 30 bunches, the pricing starts over. A 45 bunch order will be priced as a 30 bunch order plus a 15 bunch order ($105.00 + $75.00 = $180.00). *Alaska and Hawaii orders over 10 bunches, add $2.00 per bunch for shipping/handling.

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.

1 review for Blush Onion Plants

  1. Angie

    I have been ordering this variety for a couple of years now. It is my favorite onion to plant , it handles onion diseases better than any variety I have planted so far. It also keeps the longest in storage, I store my onions under my basement stairs in a little storage space. The temperature does not get as cool as it should be but my onions still keep until spring very few start to sprout. I live in Minnesota so I store them from sept. to april.

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