Cutting Shallots

Anonymous added on May 20, 2014 | Answered

Shallots - if I cut the tops off to use for cooking special vegetables, will doing that cause the shallots to die back and not produce more little shallots? I did that on some but haven't dug any up. Some of the green tops are getting a little brown, but not all of them. Sure did taste good in my squash (yellow) kind. Also, when should I plant them for a spring crop? Do you sell and ship shallots and, if so, please let me know how much per lb.

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Answered on May 20, 2014

Sorry, but we do not sell plants. We only provide growing info. This article should help you with growing shallots:

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