- Copper Red
- Best time to plant is in the Fall (Sept. - Nov.)
- Easy to grow
- Rare heirloom variety - hard to find
- Stores very well
- Excellent flavor
A coppery red outer skin peels easily to reveal a reddish-purple flesh. Excellent flavor, great in sauces. This one can produce tenfold!! Contains potassium and vitamins A, B-6 and C
How to Plant:
Plant the pointy side of the shallot facing up with no more than 1/4" of soil covering the shallot. Make sure your have 7-8 inches of soil to allow the roots to grow freely. Space each bulb 10" - 12" apart from each other.
Note: Each shallot can typically yield about 5-10 shallots per harvest.