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|Spring Onions m|
|White Pearl Onions m|
|Onion Seedlings m|
|This is Orach, Atriplex hortensis, also called mountain spinach. It is a primitive spinach that has been eaten for centuries.|
|More orach in the field. m|
|Orach in our field in Hollister.|
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This is Opal Basil. It's fragrant; similar to Genovese basil. You can use it in salad or tomatoes sauce or other places you would use standard/classic basil.
|Walla Walla Onions med|
|Purplette Cocktail Onions|
This is Lena holding a plate of onion jam.
|Bianco di Maggio Onions|
These are Italian Roasting Onions.
|These are Stockton Red Spring Onions held by Steve at High Ground, he grew them! These are a fresh onion and should be cared for and used like a green onion.|
|A Photo of Momina cooking onions for dal. She is Julia's friend from Pakistan, and was visiting California during the summer of 1989 med|
|Purplette cocktail onions being grilled up by Joseph Manzare of Globe at our Memorial Day Farm Dinner in the Field.|