Red Creole onion plants are the best short day storage onions! This onion has a spicy, Cajun type flavor and can be added to any dish for a bolder experience. Red Creole onions are small to medium in size with pungent red-purple flesh and tolerant to disease with very little bolt resistance, so planting these onions plants a bit later will decrease the number of bulbs that bolt.. Well adapted to all short day growing areas. At maturity, you will find yourself with a dark-red, globe-shaped, pungent onion about 3-4 inches in diameter. Once planted by transplant, they take about 110 days until harvest and then can be stored for approximately 6-7 months. Our customers have been asking for a short day storage variety and this is one that will work for you in that category.
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Great tasting onion. Growing it north west Alabama for years
hawkechik (verified owner) –
I was not able to care for my onions this year as I usually do. Here in central Alabama our spring weather can be all over the place, summerlike temps one day and literally freezing or frost the next. Due to this I try to cover the onions on days when the temp is forecast to go below 40°F but this year that just wasn’t possible. From over 100 sweet onions I had one or two bolt, for less than 50 of these I’d guess 40 of them bolted.
rameygary65 (verified owner) –
great onion very pleased with them still have onions in cool storage and it’s jan. already got them on order for 2023 had some to sprout got out my pickle onion recipe and pickled 23 half pints of pickled red onions, now waiting on springtime