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Dutch Yellow Shallots

Dutch Yellow Shallots

Dutch Yellow Shallots

Dutch Yellow Shallots

Dutch Yellow Shallots

Shallots can be very expensive to buy in stores, but it’s easy to grow them at home! These shallots are full of rich, sweet flavor that will be a great complement to many of your dishes. In northern areas, plant them in the spring for a fall harvest; in the south, plant in the fall for a late winter/early spring harvest. These shallots can store for about six months.

Characteristics:

  • Require full sun
  • Hardiness Zone: 2 to 10 (check for specific planting directions)
  • Days to Maturity: 90 to 120
  • Pests/Diseases: rot easily if damaged; do not mulch
  • Color: dark golden skin, creamy flesh
  • Flavor: rich and sweet
  • Uses: soups, stews, caramelization

Have you ever grown Dutch Yellow shallots? Please tell us about your experiences with Dutch Yellow shallots.

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