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Named after Ailsa, a small round island off the coast of Scotland that is solid rock. Ailsa Craig is globe-shaped and solid. Large straw-colored onions with small necks average 2 pounds. Best for fresh use, not extended storage
Allow seeds to dry on plants before harvesting. Gather the heads in a paper bag and allow to dry for 2 weeks. Most of the seeds will fall out on their own; shake the bag to free the remainder of the seeds.
Winnow and sieve the seeds.
Store in a cool dark, dry place in an airtight container.