Southern Exposure Seed Exchange is one of the few sources I know of that carries yellow potato multiplier onions. These are well worth having in your garden because they multiply bulbs underground. Save out the largest onions you harvest in the summer, and you’ll have onions to plant for next year’s crop.
A few days back I harvested a nice bunch of small to medium-sized onions. I’ll plant the largest ones in September and will give them some protection over winter so they’ll come back next spring.
These yellow onions are milder than most regular varieties. My wife doesn’t care for the smaller onions, but I think they’re great tossed in with a crock pot of roast beef, potatoes and carrots.
Southern Exposure says to order now while they still have these onions in stock. They’ll send them in time for fall planting. They’re online at http://www.southernexposure.com.
By the way, I’m not affiliated with Southern Exposure, so I don’t gain anything by mentioning them. However, I do buy from them now and then. If you click the above link and order some of these onions right away, you’ll always have onions in your survival garden.