Good & Inexpensive place to get shallots, mult. & walking onions

cleo1717(z7 TN)September 13, 2005

I've kind of exceeded my garden budget for the year but I really wanted to try growing some multiplier onions, topsetting onions and shallots. The ones I've looking at at Territorial Seed will cost me $15.95 (shallots - 1lb), $12.95 (mult onions - 1oz) and $12.95 (Catawissa - 15 bulbets). That doesn't even include shipping. I really don't need that large of an amount either. Is there a place where I can buy smaller quantities at a more reasonable price? And more importantly, do they still have stuff in stock? Thanks for the help - your garlic advice was wonderful and I can't wait to try the kinds I ordered!

Cleo

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glane1219(northern OK.)

Hi Cleo, E-mail me your name and address and I will send you some egyptian walking onion sets for free, I was also looking for shallots but someone here on garden web is sending me some, so I will pass on the favor.
Gary

    Bookmark   September 13, 2005 at 10:36PM
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paquebot(Z-4b WI)

Don't pay that $12.95 for the Heritage Sweet multiplier onions. At that price, I've got a few hundred bucks worth. And that's after giving away another hundred bucks locally! Probably have the same in Catawissas. Willing to let them go for considerably less than what Territorial is asking.

Martin

    Bookmark   September 14, 2005 at 12:47AM
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garliclady(z7 NC)

Peaceful valley has a good price for shallot sets

Here is a link that might be useful: PV Farm & garden supply

    Bookmark   September 14, 2005 at 8:13AM
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