Fresh Heirloom Seeds

An heirloom onion grown for their mild flavor.

First known around 1834 and given the name Red Wethersfield in 1852. These large, flattened bulbs have a deep purple-red skin on every layer, making this onion a striking choice for any gourmet dish. Best eaten fresh.

Gardeners with limited space can still grow and enjoy this flavorful onion by growing it in containers. Onions are easy to grow in a container as long as you can provide adequate conditions required for cultivation.



Heirloom Vegetables - Early Summer Crookneck Squash Heirloom Vegetables - Double Yield Cucumber Heirloom Herbs - Calendula
Early Summer Crookneck
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Double Yield
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Calendula
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Heirloom Calabrese Broccoli Heirloom Herbs - Cilantro Heirloom Little Fingers Carrot
Calabrese
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Cilantro
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Little Fingers
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Heirloom Vegetables - Danvers Carrot Heirloom Herb - Boneset Heirloom Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion
Danvers
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Boneset
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Yellow Sweet Spanish
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Heirloom Sugar Baby Watermelon Heirloom Vegetables - Nikki Bean Heirloom Amish Paste Tomato
Sugar Baby
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Nikki
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Amish Paste
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Heirloom Vegetables - Cantare Bean Heirloom Calabrese Broccoli Heirloom Vegetable Seeds -  Sweet Aperitif Tomato
Cantare
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Sweet Aperitif
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Heirloom Black Beauty Zucchini Heirloom Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry Heirloom Sweet Genovese Basil
Black Beauty Zucchini
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Aunt Molly's
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Basil (Sweet Genovese)
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