Onion & Shallot Collection Plants – Certified Organic


Onion & Shallot Collection Plants – Certified Organic 5 types of onions and 1 shallot bunches of 50 each = 300 plants

Our onion transplants are ready for shipping in April and early May which serves planting dates for most northern states.

Price discount shown in cart. 3-5 Bunches $99 Each, 6-10 bunches $95 Each, 11-20 Bunches $90 Each

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Organic Onion & Shallot plants – bunch of 50 plants all in 1 Collection.

This collection of 6 offers 50 plants of each: Sweet Yellow, Yellow long storing, Red, White and Cippolini Onion plants and 1 bunch of 50 Shallots plants for a total of 300 plants.  Our certified organic plants are professionally greenhouse grown in Wisconsin.  Our transplants are ready for shipping in April and early May which serves planting dates for most northern states which our onions are specially grown for.   If you need an earlier ship date, please purchase onion transplants from our Cooperative farm Windcrest Organics.  We will ship priority mail with tracking, so you can receive and care for your plants right away and they should be planted within a week.

50 plants of each = 300 Plants

  • Candy – Jumbo Sweet Bulbs
  • Sedona – Yellow Long Storing
  • Redwing – Red onion with a zing of flavor
  • White Globe – Large white onion with pungent all purpose onion flavor
  • Cippolini Gold Coin Onion – Little Italian onion with sweet roasted flavor
  • Conservor Shallots – French reddish copper teardrop shaped shallot


Our Organic Garlic Fertilizer works great on onion plants too offering nutrients that onions need like nitrogen, calcium, potassium, sulfur, magnesium, copper, manganese, zinc, sulfate sulfur, all from organic sources.  Since onions are also heavy feeders, and to grow those healthier plants that yield larger bulbs, apply our organic garlic fertilizer using the same application rates. Onions require a high source of nitrogen, so fertilization or great nutrient rich soil is essential for a great crop.  You can apply our garlic fertilizer or an all purpose fertilizer into the soil a or so week before planting. Apply fertilizer three weeks after planting and then continue with applications every 2 to 3 weeks. Once the neck starts feeling soft do not apply any more fertilizer. This should occur approximately 4 weeks prior to harvest.  Water immediately after feeding and maintain moisture during the growing season.

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Weight 8 lbs


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