Red GARLIC BULBS (Hard-neck ) GARDEN VEGETABLE
Russian Red Garlic, Big bulbs, purple • Average 5-6 cloves per bulb • Suitable for soggy soil,Organic Grown No Gmo Heirloom Bulb
Garlic growing has a long tradition throughout the country. All of our garlic, onion, and shallot varieties are untreated and ready to use in the kitchen or plant in the garden!Garlic Seed - Bulbs - Red-HeirloomEarly season garlic harvest!
This is likely the most commonly grown variety in the U.S., and for good reason. It is a large, easy to grow softneck, with a nice mild flavor and excellent storage ability. Cal-Early is one of our work-horse” varieties we depend on, year after year, for fresh market and garlic braiding. The skins are a nice off-white with a purple blush and it produces 8-10 cloves per head.(Hardneck) Big bulbs, slightly purple Average 5-6 cloves per bulb
Suitable for soggy soil
The raw flavor is intense and big up front, with some sweetness along with a slight and pleasant bitterness.
Garlic expert Chester Aaron calls this raw garlic the perfect garlic flavor .
Heat is long lasting, like a hot pepper
Averages about 6 to 8 cloves per bulb
This variety has the ability to withstand soggy winter soils much better than others
2 and larger diameter bulbs. .Product Details Planting Depth: Plant individual cloves with the scab end down and the pointed end up, one to two inches deep in well-worked beds.
Spacing: 4 apart in same row. Place 36 between separate rows.
Sun/Shade: Full Sun
When to Plant:Plant 4-6 weeks before frost. Early-mid fall. Will develop in spring. or plant in spring for mid-late summer harvest.
Garlic cloves look good. Can’t give any report on growing as I have to put in fridge for 8-10 weeks. But I do very much hope that I have success growing them.