Growing Calendar for Shallot Seeds - Zebrune
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Zebrune Shallot Seeds are a heritage variety which has long, pinky-brown bulbs. It is very productive and has good resistance to bolting. It has an excellent eating quality with a delicious mild and sweet flavour.
Heritage variety with long pinky-brown bulbs
Sow Indoors: January-March 5 seeds per module under glass. Sprinkle on the surface and cover lightly with sieved compost.
Sow Outdoors: February-March thinly into pre watered soil ½in (1cm) deep in rows 9in (22cm) apart. Keep soil moist at all times.
Plant Out: April the little clumps of bulbs in each module will push themselves apart as they grow.
Harvest: August-September for casseroles or pull young as spring onions.
Feed with Marshalls pre-planting Onion Fertiliser.
about 85% germinated but looking good
good seeds but too long time to receive them
I buy these seeds because my wife loves to use them in cooking.
Onions, shallots and garlic are all Alliums and prone to bolting, especially when the weather's cold and wet when it should be warm and sunny! Here's what to do...
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Pack Quantity: Sufficient for a 30ft/9m Row
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Pack Quantity: Approximately 40 Shallots, 20 of Each Variety