Large, French, half-long-style shallots with a warm reddish-copper skin and white flesh. Very firm, and suitable for long storage through spring. Adaptability: 40-60° latitude. Mini: 200 seeds. Packet: 250 seeds.
120 days. A traditional globe-shaped shallot, but with a slightly higher shoulder like a French Shallot, and rust-colored skin. Bulbs measure 1 1/2-2 inches across and have an ivory-white flesh. Once harvested, they'll store 60-90 days. The delicate flavor of Ambition will be a welcome addition to your kitchen repertoire.
120 days. An exciting breeding development resulted in Bonilla, the first seed shallot with yellow flesh. The 1 1/2-2 inch globe-shaped shallot is very similar to the Dutch types. Excellent flavor, with a bright terra-cotta-colored skin. An indispensable ingredient for sauces. Stores up to 60 days.
Dark red shallot from seed with excellent flavor. Red skin contrasts nicely with white interior. Uniform, teardrop-shaped bulbs will not store quite as long as Conservor, but could last through the winter until April. Adaptability: 40-55 degrees latitude. Avg. 128,900 seeds/lb. Packet: 250 seeds.
125 days. Add color and a gourmet depth of flavor to your cuisine routine with this gorgeous red shallot. Elongated globe-shaped bulbs are 1-1 1/2 inches across and 2 inches long. Extremely versatile in the kitchen, Camelot adds a rich, subtle onion taste that cannot be duplicated.
These shallots have a high, round shape and are suitable for long storage. Similar to , just slightly longer. Adaptability: 35-65° latitude. Avg. 125,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 250 seeds.
These shallots have a high, round shape and are suitable for long storage. Adaptability: 40-60° latitude. Choose organic or nonorganic seeds. Organically grown. Avg. 120,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 250 seeds.
A wonderful, savory shallot that is easy to peel and superbly flavored. Elongated bulbs have coppery red skins with cream-colored flesh and lilac interior rings. Conservor is quite versatile and is just as lovely in homemade vinaigrette as it is sautéed and served over your favorite meat dish. Shallots are shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.
These shallots are a real gourmet treat. They are high yielding and produce bulbs that are 1 1/2-2 inches in diameter when well grown. Dutch Yellow Shallots have a yellow to cream flesh and a pungent flavor. One of their best qualities is that they store very well, better than other types of shallots. Shallots are shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.
Once considered sacred by Persians and Egyptians, today French Shallots are popular with gourmets for the smooth, rich onion flavor they possess. Maturing in late summer, each bulb will have divided to produce a cluster of bulbs ready for fresh cooking, pickling, or making vinaigrette. Finely sliced, deep fried shallots are used as a condiment in Asian cuisine. Stores up to 6 months. Shallots are shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.
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 before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.
Large, French, half-long style produces single bulbs. Great for long-term storage. Adaptability: 40-60° latitude. Avg. 125,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 250 seeds.
Large bulbs with mahogany skin and a reddish interior. High yielding and long storing. Adaptability: 35-65° latitude. Avg. 20-30 bulbs/lb.
This unique new variety can actually be started from seed! Has a tasty, rich onion flavor that chefs and foodies love. Each seed produces 2-5 tasty bulbs. Add it to salads, sandwiches and your favorite recipes. Good storage capability. $2.99
Suitable for very long storage, through spring. Adaptability: 40-50° latitude. Avg. 130,000 seeds/lb. Packet: 250 seeds.
100 days. This one's a keeper! Saffron has a pale yellow interior with bright coppery skin, and has an exceptional shelf life. Especially suited for growing from seed. It's a northern variety, adapted for latitudes 35-65º, or Tennessee to Alaska.
French shallots are an essential part of fine cuisine. Every cook should have some in their kitchen. We recommend the flavorful Santé Shallots. They produce exceptionally high yields and store well. The extra large bulbs are round with brown skin and a pinkish-white flesh. Shallots are shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.
100 days to maturity. Grow gourmet Shallots from seed -- a super-economical alternative to those pricey store-bought bulbs that have lost much of their flavor in refrigerated trucks! Ambition is easy to grow, with very high yields of firm, uniform red-brown round bulbs that contain the most delectable flavor.Easy, dependable, long-lasting, and delicious, this is the Shallot from seed that you've been waiting for! Pkt is 100 seeds.
Unusual, long banana-shaped shallots from seed, as used by many celebrity chefs. Attractive, shiny, copper-brown-skinned bulbs with crisp white flesh and a very distinct flavor. Sowing densities will determine the size of bulbs you harvest. Stores very well for winter use in the kitchen. 85 days.
This is the darkest red-skinned variety from seed! Each seed produces a small individual, white-fleshed bulb which stores extremely well for use throughout late autumn and winter. Use as you would an onion when cooking. Z3-9. 120 days.
Grown from seed, these are a must for all culinary dishes demanding onions or shallots. The torpedo shape is distinctive and has brownish-pink skins. Harvest from August onward as required, storing for winter use. Bulbs store well. 140 days.
A new shallot that can be grown from seed! Prisma has reduced risk to bolting and transfer of virus, white rot or eelworm, which can occur when sets are used. The white-fleshed bulbs have a colorful red skin and carry distinct flavor. 110 days.
Large, uniform, round golden-brown bulbs, up to 2in in diameter. Crisp flesh with an excellent, distinctive flavor. Reliable and high-yielding variety stores well throughout the winter. 50-60 sets per pint.
Just wondering if the white african would grow in the area between Austin and Houston Texas area. I have grown other sorghums for syrup and have done well. I would like to purchase about 3-5 pounds of the seed. Where can I get the seed and how much is the approx. cost? Any other sorghum that would be good for this area?