Super Star

SKU #SUP
Availability: In Stock
Super Star
  • White, globe shaped, sweet, hybrid
  • Size Potential: 4"
  • Storage Potential: 2 months
  • Days to Harvest: 95

Also known as Sierra Blanca. Only white onion ever to win the coveted All-American Selection. This is a proven variety for intermediate and northern short day areas. The strong tall foliage will protect the bulbs from sunburning.

Onion Plant Prices for 2018

-EXCLUDES LEEKS & SHALLOTS-
(based on total no. of bunches)

Each bunch contains 50-75 plants. Onion plant varieties can be mixed when determining total price of bunches. Each order cannot be split to ship to multiple addresses.

NO. OF TOTAL BUNCHES/PRICE*
  • 01 $11.75
  • 02 $16.45
  • 03 $20.45
  • 04 $24.45
  • 05 $28.45
  • 06 $32.45
  • 07 $36.45
  • 08 $40.45
  • 09 $43.45
  • 10 $46.45
  • 11 $48.45
  • 12 $50.45
  • 13 $52.45
  • 14 $54.45
  • 15 $56.45
  • 16 $58.45
  • 17 $60.45
  • 18 $62.45
  • 19 $64.45
  • 20 $66.45
  • 21 $68.45
  • 22 $70.45
  • 23 $72.45
  • 24 $74.45
  • 25 $76.45
  • 26 $78.45
  • 27 $80.45
  • 28 $82.45
  • 29 $84.45
  • 30 $86.45

*Alaska and Hawaii customers will be charged $2.00 per bunch over 10 bunches for shipping/handling once the order has been processed.

After 30 bunches, the pricing starts over. In addition to their standard shipping charges both UPS and Fedex charge a 5.2% fuel surcharge, $3.50 residential delivery surcharge, a dimensional weight surcharge, and $3.80 delivery area surcharge on each package, so we must charge each order over 30 as a separate shipment. For example, a 45 bunch order will be priced as a 30 bunch order and a 15 bunch order.

Case lot pricing is for single variety cases. $81.45 for 1 case (save $5.00), $76.45 for 2-9 cases (save $10.00 per case), $71.45 for 10-19 cases (save $15.00 per case), and $66.45 for 20 or more (save $20.00 per case). When we import your order, the price of the case lots will be adjusted to reflect the discounted price for single variety cases.

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7 reviews
Best onion I've ever grown
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The sweetest and best tasting onion ever. Large uniform globes. Rings stay together when sliced. Friends and neighbors keep asking for more. Milpitas, California
Charlie Passalacqua

Appropriately Named - Super Star
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This is an outstanding onion! We have the bragging rights in our town with Super Star! Large bulbs, great flavor and the onion stores very well. Feed this onion regular with ammonium sulfate while the leaves are growing and you should have great success. We live on the border between intermediate and long day varieties - this intermediate onion is perfect for our location.Smoot, Wyoming
Hudson England

They call them Super Star for a reason.
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Where we had manure in the beds, our Super Stars outperformed every other variety last year, with many of them over one pound each. They survived the cold snap in January (5 degrees) and came on strong later. It's now our favorite for production and they are great eating.
Daniel New

Sweet keeper
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This was the sweetest onion in the garden last year! No problems in my Salt Lake, UT garden. Also kept the best over-all, very solid keeper into January (hung in net), a few started sprouting by Feb -- cooked the last one just a week ago. Love this onion.
Tiffin

something ate mine
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Some bugs ate the superstar onions only, as all the other onions around them did fine. They were unusable. This was in Seattle.
Clare

Definitely a Star!
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I've grown this one for four years now and it has always produced well. I harvest in June/July and I still have good onions in the pantry now in January. Some are starting to sprout so I just take the greens and compost the rest.KINGMAN, ARIZONA
Arlene Johnson

Ron Roark of Seneca Mo.
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Verry good onion,almost as big as Candy ,and verry sweet,also keeps well(4 months ),and still keeping well.
Ron Roark

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