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Maui is known for its sweet onions. The volcanic soil in upcountry Maui produces some of the sweetest onions in the world. Whether you eat them fresh in a salad, sauté’ them for adding to a dish, or making them into onion rings, you will love the flavor.

Sweet Maui Onion

  • Fill a potting container with potting soil. Make two furrows, about ½ deep. Sprinkle seeds in the furrows and cover them lightly with more soil mix. As seedlings sprout, keep them short by cutting the top inch of growth once or twice. Use the trimmings in salads or soups. When seedlings are strong, separate, and put 1 or 2 seedlings in a 6-inch pot, or in a furrow in a garden. Grow to mature onion size. Onion plants cannot take a freeze.

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