GARLIC BULBS
Garlic maybe planted in early spring or early fall. To grow nice sized garlic bulbs, it needs lots of
organic matter, like compost or well aged horse manure worked into the soil. Break garlic bulb apart and plant cloves 2″
deep and 4″ apart. Keep weed free. Harvest midsummer. Use fresh or store in a cool dry place for
later use. Each bulb yields about 10 cloves

Elephant Garlic
Elephant Garlic

The plant, if left alone, will spread into a clump with many flowering heads.

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German Extra Hardy

Porcelain type. Very adaptable and popular variety. Medium to large bulb with 4-7 large purple skinned cloves. Now taking orders for hard garlic. Supplies are limited, order now. Delivery will start in September.

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German Red

Porcelain type. Popular for it’s complex and earthy flavor. Most flavorful of all the garlics. Poor keeper and one of the hardest to grow. Now taking orders for hard garlic. Supplies are limited, order now. Delivery will start in September.

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Music

Porcelain type. Very popular variety. Very hardy and grows well in cold temperatures. Medium sized bulbs with 4-8 purple skinned cloves. Now taking orders for hard garlic. Supplies are limited, order now. Delivery will start in September.

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Russian Red

Russian red has a moderately strong garlic flavor with a bit of heat but not as much as Spanish Roja. Vigorous growth. One of the favorites of the garlic seed grower. Large bulbs with strong flavored red to purple cloves. Now taking orders for hard garlic. Supplies are limited, order now. Delivery will start in September.

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Soft Neck Garlic

Garlic is easy to grow and can be grown year-round in mild climates.

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