Onion Sprouts


An Onion seed produces a tiny onion plant - like a miniature scallion. Usually a sprout is a root, but in the case of the Alliums it is a shoot (that part of a plant which, if grown in a garden or on soil etc., grows above the soil) - which tastes just like an Onion, what else? Onion takes about 10 - 15 days to sprout. You will also find onion as an ingredient in our Russian Mix - which is our personal favorite leafy blend. High quality Onion seed from certified organic sources has been difficult to find for some time now, so if we don't have any, please know that we are actively looking. We always have enough to keep our Russian Mix available.


Vitamins A, B, C and E
Calcium, Chlorophyll, Iron, Magnesium, Niacin, Phosphorus, Potassium
Trace Elements, Amino Acids
Protein: 20%

This years onion is the finest sprouter we’ve ever had. It’s faster and has a higher germination rate than the average onion. Seed Shelf Life: 1 year. Store in cool, dark, dry spot. Store in freezer to extend shelf life.
Easy Sprout Sprouter

Easy Sprout Sprouter

Stainless Steel Sprouter - Heavy Duty

Stainless Steel Sprouter - Heavy Duty

Sproutmaster - 5x6 Tray Sprouter

Sproutmaster - 5x6 Tray Sprouter

Sproutmaster - 8x10 Tray Sprouter

Sproutmaster - 8x10 Tray Sprouter

Sprouting Jar - 1 Quart

Sprouting Jar - 1 Quart

Sprouting Jar - 3 Screen Lid Set

Sprouting Jar - 3 Screen Lid Set


Onion Sprouts

$24.82 1/2 lb.

The variety may change, but it is always Onion.
They never make you cry and the Sprouts taste just like Onions!

Note: This is the same seed we sell for Spring Onion Micro-Greens.

Our Onion comes from a source which is certified organic.

Note: We sell Onion by the 1/2 pound.

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  • Soak 8 - 12 hours
  • Rinse / Drain 2 - 3 times per day
  • Harvest 10 - 15 days
  • Yield 4.5 to 1
Sprouting Instructions & Video:
Growing Onion Sprouts

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  • Oniony
    They sure are not cheap but they grow great. It takes time but its worth it. I tried seeds from other places and so many sucked I just buy everything from sproutpeople. They know their sprouts!
    Sandy S. 7/1/2014