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Gray Shallot Bulbs

Gray Shallot Bulbs


A. oschaninii If you have any French cookbooks in your library, you know the value that French chefs place on Gray Shallots. Gourmet chefs consider this shallot the ultimate variety when preparing their mouth-watering sauces.

Shallots are shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order early for best availability.

PLEASE READ: Not available to Idaho or Canada.

Approximately 15-30 cloves per pound.
  • XG416/E
  • 1 lb shipped in fall
  • $21.50

  • XG416/G
  • 5 lbs shipped in fall
  • $87.95
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Bulb SpacingRow SpacingBulbs per pound
6-8"12"15-30, unless otherwise noted

Allium cepa, Aggregatum Group

• Shallots thrives in rich, well-drained soil with a pH between 6.0-7.0
• Work in 1 inch layer of compost, 1/2 cup of bone meal, 1/2 cup TSC's Complete fertilizer per 5 row feet
• When spring growth begins: water to keep the soil slightly moist, and fertilize with Age Old Grow or TSC's Complete fertilizer
• As harvest approaches: water less to avoid molding or staining
• Our shallot varieties are adapted to 36-55° latitude

Direct Sowing
• Plant the root ends down and cover with 1/2 inch of soil and mulch with clean straw or leaves to 4 inches

Harvest & Storage
• Bulbs are ready to harvest when leaves have turned yellow and fall over
• Standard yield for shallots is about 4-5 times the amount planted
• Cure shallots like onions: in a warm (75-80°F), shaded, well-ventilated location until outer skin and necks are dry
• Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area
• Check occasionally and immediately remove any sprouting or rotting shallots
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They Are Up and Growing!
Oct 7, 2013  |  By Donna
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So far, I am impressed! I planted these immediately upon arrival. They took a while to "sprout", but they are doing just fine. I planted them in a raised bed and I have a video on You Tube showing when I planted them. You can check it out at Rainbow Gardens, titled: Yay! My bulbs arrived in the mail