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These Certified Organic shallots are easy to grow and their sweet, delicate flavor quickly makes them a favorite in every kitchen. This beautiful shallot has coppery-red bulb wrappers and purple-pink flesh.  Produces well in a variety of climates.   Shallots are easy to grow and can be planted in the Fall or early Spring.12-18 shallots per pound.


Please order shallots with garlic orders


Growing Info for Shallots



Shallots are similar to garlic in that they prefer a loose, well-worked, loamy soil with good drainage.  They should be planted in late Fall for best yields, but can be planted in early Spring as soon as the soil is workable.  Plant shallots 12" apart, with about 1" of soil over the top.   Water deeply  at root level and not around the bulb. If flower stalks form, cut them off at the base.


Begin to taper off water as leaves turn brown.  Shallots are ready to harvest when they have fallen over and the leaves are mostly brown.  Spread the bulbs out in a shady area to dry for several weeks before clipping the tops and roots. For best storage, keep in a cool and dark place with moderate humidity.  We find our shallots store for 10-14 months.


Bulk Shallot Discount

By 10+ lbs and save 15%

Dutch Red Shallots Sets

PriceFrom $12.00
Excluding Sales Tax
  • If you reside within the Idaho Allium Quarantine Zone, we cannot sell you garlic.  The following counties are affected:

    Ada, Bingham, Blaine, Boise, Bonneville, Canyon, Cassia, Elmore, Gem, Gooding, Jefferson, Jerome, Lincoln, Madison, Minidoka, Owyhee, Payette, Power, Twin Falls, and Washington Counties, state of Idaho, and Malheur County, Oregon

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