Are you looking for sweet onions?

I bet you thought we only grew strawberries.  Here at Parkesdale Market, not only can you find the sweetest strawberries around, we also have the sweetest onions!  These amazingly sweet onions, often called “Strawberry Onions”, grow right in our strawberry fields.  They are a Savannah hybrid sweet onion.  We pick them daily straight from our fields in Dover, Florida.

Strawberry Onion

Strawberry Onion

Some customers tell me they eat them like an apple, but I just can’t get myself to try that.  My favorite way to enjoy these sweet onions is by seasoning them with salt, pepper and olive oil and grilling them for a few minutes on each side.   The best thing about these sweet onions is  that they won’t make you cry when you are preparing them!   They are wonderful in salads, sandwiches, soups and just about any dish you would use onions.

Here are some great recipes:

Sweet Onions with Parmesan-Pecan Crumble

Cucumber and Sweet Onion Salad

Cantaloupe Salsa

Sweet Onion and Bread Soup

Sweet Onion Casserole


Sweet Onions Ready to Ship

Sweet Onions Ready to Ship

You can stop by our market to pick them up now through March.  Remember we are now open 7 days a week from 9 am to 6 pm.  If you can’t make it to our market, you can also order them online through our website,  or by calling us directly at 888-311-1701.  We can ship them via FedEx Ground to the southeast and northeast USA.   For shipping out west, please call us for more information.


Have you tried our “Strawberry Onions”?

Are you a “Sweet Onion” fan?

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22 Responses to Are you looking for sweet onions?

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  2. marc says:

    Why are they called strawberry onions and why do they plant them on the edges of strawberry fields in Florida ? Thanks for your help. Marc

    • Xiomara says:

      We call them strawberry onions because they are grown in the same fields as the strawberries. We only grow them when we are in strawberry season. They are planted on the edges to form a pretend barrier to keep animals away from the berries.

    • Xiomara says:

      They are called strawberry onions because we only grow them during strawberry season. We plant them around the edges to create a “pretend barrier” for animals.

  3. olene says:

    Where can I get the strawberry onion I won’t to buy some seed or plants

  4. Marilyn Patfield says:

    Do you import strawberry onion seeds to Ontario, Canada?

  5. Mark mclean says:

    Interested n strawberries & onions

  6. Dan Smith says:

    It is February, are the strawberry onions ready to be ordered so I do not miss out again this year?

  7. bob larkin says:

    we have been looking for somewhere to order strawberry onions to be shipped to upstate ny. Do you still take orders to ship? if so how much? This website is out of commission 🙁

  8. Ann Fetters says:

    We have been to Plant City twice when our son lived in Florida. We ALWAYS purchased you Strawberry Onions! He has since moved away and we don’t come to Florida any more. We are interested in ordering 20 lbs. of your onions. What are the procedures to have them sent to our home in Frankfort, Indiana 46041?
    Could you either return you answer to my request or call me at 1-765-654-4751? Thank you so much as these onions were our favorite! Thank You for our request. Ann Fetters

    • Xiomara says:

      So sorry we are currently out. I will send you an email next season when we have them. It should be around Feb-Apr.

  9. Robert Vaughn says:

    would like strawberry onions shipped to me

  10. Ron Lofty says:

    I am interested in purchasing some strawberry onions and maybe some plants, what time of the year are they available.

  11. Wayne Detweiler says:

    Hi , can u ship these onions to ohio ?

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