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Walla Walla Sweet Onions will be ready for harvest in mid-June depending upon the weather and temperature. But we grow more than just these wonderful onions!
Merlot Red Beans
Walla Walla
Sweet Onions
Walla Walla Sweet Onions

Delicate and sweet, our organic Walla Walla Sweet Onions are  low in sulphur which means less pungency and fewer tears! You can find our Walla Walla Sweet Onions at local markets and at other organic farm stands throughout the Walla Walla Valley in early July. You can also enjoy them in dishes at the best restaurants in Walla Walla. Walla Walla Organics is the ONLY grower of authentic, organic Walla Walla Sweet Onions. Watch for the label! For more information about Walla Walla Sweet Onions, click here!


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desi garbanzo beans
Desi Garbanzo Beans

Our organic Desi Garbanzos are smaller, darker beans with more of a rough coat and offer a sweet, nutty taste. You'll find them at various locations once we harvest! 

merlot red beans
Merlot Red Beans

Our organic Merlot Red Beans are a rich, sweet bean that is higher in antioxidants than blueberries. Not a commonly eaten bean in the US, they are the go-to bean for Nicaraguans.   Enjoy! 

Yellow Onions
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Generally strong in flavor due to the higher sulphur content, our organic yellow onions have a tasty balance of acidity and sweetness. They get sweeter the longer they are cooked and are considered an all-purpose onion. 

Small Black Beans
small black beans

A mild, sweet, and earthy bean with a soft texture, our organic Small Black Beans are sometimes called turtle beans. They're  

used in classic Latin American, Caribbean, and Southwestern (U.S.) cooking. 

red onions
Red Onions

Medium to large in size with a mild, to sweet flavor, our organic Red Onions are rich in sulfur compounds and anti-inflammatory agents. In season, you'll find them at local markets and at some of the farm stands. We'll keep you posted!

Spinach, Kale, Squash
walla walla sweet onins

Our crops of organic spinach, kale, and squash are grown to be commercially processed into purees for many of the soups, baby foods, and juices you see at the grocery store. 


A new crop for us, our zucchini will be used as an ingredient in prepared foods.

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