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In this range you'll find spring-planting, autumn-planting and heat-treated varieties. Spring-planting varieties will give you a crop during June and July and autumn-planting varieties will be ready a few weeks earlier. Spring is such a busy time and planting onions and garlic in the autumn to overwinter gives you one less job to in spring! Heat-treated onions are less likely to bolt (run to seed) on planting, which occurs particularly in red varieties.
Autumn Planting Shallot CollectionPlanting out your shallot sets in September or October gives them a longer growing season. Initial root establishment and early top growth occurs ahead of winter, establishing them ahead of cold weather. As spring warms up bulbs get off to a flying start. The result? Bigger bulbs for harvest.This collection comprises:
20 bulbs 'Eschalote Grise' - Rarely seen in Britain
20 bulbs 'Jermor' - The exhibitors' favourite
5 bulbs 'Hative de Niort' - A fabulous addition for your kitchen garden More info
Onion Mixed Red,White & Brown (Spring/Autumn Planting)
Spring/Autumn planting. Heat treated.
This popular mix of 3 favourite varieties is perfect for gardeners with limited space, who want to grow a range of onion colours to suit their culinary needs. These varieties have been heat treated to reduce bolting risk on planting, which occurs particularly in red varieties. Height: 45cm (18”). Spread: 15cm (6”).
Companion planting: Try growing onions with mint to confuse and deter onion fly.
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