Yellow Sweet Spanish

Yellow Sweet Spanish

  • Yellow, globe shaped, mild, open pollinated
  • Size Potential: 6"
  • Storage Potential: 4 months
  • Days to Harvest: 100

Customer favorite! This is the favorite onion grown by commercial growers in northern states because it makes uniformly large, sweet bulbs. Grows great in both long and intermediate day areas. Will mature slightly later than the Walla Walla so you can stagger your harvest.

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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Customer Reviews of Yellow Sweet Spanish

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My favorite 
posted by Steve G Chelsea Mi on 2016-09-06 14:11:45
Been customer for many years, every year try something different, always looking for balance of sweet quick and long storage. 3 bunches, but Yellow Sweet Spanish is my go to one. Never had a bad order and all grew great in Michigan. I always order individual bundles rather than samplers to get what I think looks cool. But always get way more sets than I can use causing me to plant stuff too close together always figuring I will pull many for green onions which I do not do enough of. So onions come out of the ground touching each other, shame on me.
posted by Gloria Wahlberg on 2013-03-22 20:21:42
I will use my last Red Wing onion of our 2012 crop tomorrow. We love your onions. Thank you for producing a great product. Congratulations on your award. MOVILLE, IA
Best service- Best plants 
posted by Ben Decker on 2012-12-19 13:15:46
I have tried many companies selling onion Plants, In 2002 I tried Dixondale and that solved all my onion needs. Top Service and top quality plants, ALWAYS. Ben
These realy work 
posted by Gary Kitzmann on 2012-02-26 18:36:16
I've been playin withonions for years and finally found some that produce as advertised. I grow in raised beds and tried Dixondale last year for the first time. Planted some red, white, and yellow. They all did extreemly well considering our "weird" growing conditions this year. The yellow turned out best and are great keepers which is what I am most interested in. I just used up may last "stash" last week -February. I am going with all yellow this year. If they can keep this up I have NO reason to shop elseware.SIOUX CITY, IA
posted by Jane Duboff on 2011-11-17 15:42:28
I decided to by onions plants instead og planting sets or bulbs. I ordered form Dixondale even tough I live in Massachusetts, after I saw their great catalog. My walla walla onion plants grew into beautiful onions to be proud of!! I am still eating them in November! I have never had this success with onions before and will ALWAYS buy from Dixondale Farms now!! I look forward to next Spring.
good to go in Maine 
posted by Mike on 2010-03-12 20:05:50
I've been growing these for about 15 yrs. I used to start my own by seed on my south facing porch ,but with Maine's erratic weather it was hit or miss in the spring for sunshine.Since using these I have impressed myself and passers by when I clean my poor clay soil off the softball sized onions before storage and drying in front of my neighborhood house in the late days of fall.When they ask how I grow them I'm vague, but I always tell them where i bought the plants.