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White Ebenezer Onion Bulbs - (Allium cepa)

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SKU:
V1509
Bulb Count:
Approx 75 bulbs
Shipping Restrictions:
U.S. shipping only, Cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Washington or Idaho
Days to Maturity:
Average 90-100 days
Type:
Long day
Plant Spacing:
4 - 6"
Light Preference:
Full sun
Soil Requirements:
Fertile and Well-drained
Status:
Non-GMO
  • White Ebenezer Onions - (Allium cepa)
  • White Ebenezer Onions - (Allium cepa)
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Description

White Ebenezer Onion Bulbs

White Ebenezer onions are always crisp and delicious – one of the most popular onions grown in home gardens.

The bulbs are medium sized, ranging from a baseball to softball with light gold to almost white papery skin and white flesh. Grows great small-bulbed green onions in warmer climates or when planted in the fall. Unsurpassed as long-shanked scallions or small bulb pickling onions.

Restrictions

U.S. shipping only, Cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, Washington or Idaho. 

These are ready-to-plant bulbs and not seeds or slips. 

Type

Long day variety – needs 14 to 16 hours of daylight to form good sized bulbs. Grows best in northern US states. 

Long and Short Day Onion Region

Uses

These are somewhat sweeter and milder in flavor than yellow onions that keep well but not quite as long as the yellow varieties. Their crisp texture and mild flavor make them great served raw, slivered in salads, sliced thinly on a sandwich or burger, scattered over a pizza or in stir-fries. Very popular in Latin American dishes or substituted for yellow onions when a milder flavor is needed.

White onions are middle of the road in flavor and assertiveness, milder than yellows but stronger than reds or sweets.

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