1015Y Texas Super Sweet

1015Y Texas Super Sweet

  • Yellow, globe shaped, sweet, open pollinated
  • Size Potential: Up to 6"
  • Storage Potential: 2 to 3 months
  • Days to Harvest: 115

Texas's most famous onion is also one 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 is 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. Known for its 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.

Price: $11.45


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The total price of your onion plant order will be determined at checkout. Pricing is based on the total number of bunches purchased (see chart to the left).

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posted by Lessy......Greensboro NC on 2016-06-03 21:23:20
Omg...love...love...love the 1015Y Texas Super Sweet onions. They did very well for me producing some very big onions. I grew three types and really liked how the 1015Y performed in my raised bed. I do have to admit some did bolt but I was able to pull those onions and use the right away. Will purchase next year the 1015Y only!!!
Texas Supersweet_1015Y 
posted by Scalable Organic Solutions, Georgia on 2016-05-22 16:45:12
We planted the 1015Y Texas Supersweet from Dixondale Farms in late fall in one of our 4x8 raised beds. We just harvested the bed and had a yield of over 55 pounds!! Some were larger than a softball.
posted by Billy McBride on 2016-04-25 09:10:07
I bought two bundles from the farm. i can tell you they grow very well. with little care, and my family eats the young ones to thin them out. thanks i will be ordering more soon .
The Best Sweet Onion. 
posted by Stan M from Ona, FL on 2015-09-11 18:44:27
This will be the third season using DixonDale Farms and their 1015Y onions because they are the best sweet onion out there.Can't wait for this season to start thanks DixonDale Farm...
posted by Bill, Port Charlotte, Fl on 2014-06-27 18:35:31
As a trial I did order 2 bunches, 1015Y and Red creole. The harvest was great, enough to share with friends. Really do like Texas Sweet, will order again Thanks again, Bill
First year 
posted by Michael Taylor from Argyle, TX on 2013-11-18 11:06:42
Planted a set of 1015Y's last January and harvested the last of May. Large and sweet and I used the last onion in November. Kept them dry and shaded outside and they cured nicely. I will definitely reorder from Dixondale this year. A real homerun.
Best Ever 
posted by Linda..Tomball Tx on 2013-10-21 21:35:59
Have never ordered onion plants on line. I can truly say the 1015Y are the very best I have ever had.Tomball, Tx
The best onions i've grown in Florida! 
posted by ee in florida on 2013-09-23 17:36:55
Thank you all for the best onions I've grown in florida. These babies last for months after harvest, sweet till the last one. I can't wait till they come out in November. Thanks again for a real quality product.
Gigantic and sweet, sweet, sweet! 
posted by Judith C, Temple, Texas on 2013-08-20 11:43:37
Many years ago, when 1015s first came out they were really sweet and until I ordered these onion sets I hadn't been able to find 1015s that were sweet. These were sweet enough you could take a bite out of one of them and be able to eat it! I try to use these in their raw state to get all that sweetness. These make the best onion rings you could possibly find. Just fabulous! Will buy again when they are back in season. You can't go wrong, unless you don't plant them correctly, as they need full sun. They are just huge also. One that I cut up completely filled an 8-cup container. Just gigantic!
1015 onions 
posted by Dennis Foster on 2013-01-12 07:45:41
Ive been growing onions for several years and the 1015's are by far the most reliable Ive found. I have an established garden in Coastal Carolina and even when other varieties dont do so well the 1015's always seem to produce a bumper crop. Last year the post office broke the packaging the onions were shipped in and wrapped them in plastic.They arrived yellow and half dead. Most the onions grew but not real well. I still got a bumper crop of 1015's though. It has always been a pleasure doing business with Dixondale. They have always been upright in all their dealings with me.
Sweetest and my favorite 
posted by Cheryl on 2011-11-25 22:22:43
I recommend these to anyone that gardens. I live in Wyoming and they do extremely well here even tho we're long day. They are my favorite of all the varieties!
Great onion 
posted by Richard Anderson on 2011-02-13 08:24:29
I have been growing 1015Y Texas Supersweet for many years. Always does well. Large solid onions. I have won several ribbons at the county fair with hem. Great Onion.
Sweet N Easy 
posted by Jesse Fulmer on 2009-10-15 13:12:38
I have tried to grow onions for too many years with poor success at best. Last year i tried your 1015Y Texas Super Sweet onions and followed your Planting Guide to the T. What a great success!!! It was better than I ever dreamed. Just a super crop of large sweet onions. It was so successful I had to take pictures and show my friends. I will be ordering again for the 2010 season.
Advisor Community Gardens 
posted by Angelo on 2008-07-14 22:56:26
All gardeners planted Tx supersweet after seeing my results last year. We planted over 30 sets and are ready to buy for the next year.