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Garlic

Life without Garlic is bland. We all need—no, crave—its zip and zing. We'd be happiest if we inhaled its warm, piquant aroma every night. We offer endless ways in which to enjoy its comforting goodness: Creamy Tomato, Bacon and Blue Cheese Linguine, Eggplant Parmigiana, Jo's Garlic Croutons, Kristy’s Garlic Blue Cheese Dip, Lemon-Garlic Shrimp, Mixed Grill Sate, Our Favorite Basil Pesto, Rich Zesty Buttermilk Blue Cheese Dressing and Savory Bacon Corn Chowder. Or simply roasted for a smooth nutty spread over warm crusty Italian bread drizzled with really good olive oil.The number of Garlic heads in a 1-pound set is determined by the annual harvest: it ranges from 3 huge heads to 7 small heads per pound. Easy to grow, each planted clove will produce a full head of Garlic with between 8 to 20 cloves per head. Prized for its medicinal and culinary attributes, there are two types of Garlic: Softnecks and Hardnecks. Hardnecks send up a stiff flower stalk and are more cold hardy than their Softneck siblings. In colder areas, Garlic should be planted around the time of your first fall frost; in more temperate areas, it may be planted from mid-October through early December. Plant cloves individually, root side down, 1" deep and 4" to 6" apart in rows spaced 18" apart. Green shoots will emerge within several weeks of planting. Perennial. Softnecks (Spring or Fall shipment) Hardiness zone: 5-9, in cold zones plant in early spring. Hardnecks (Fall shipment only). Deer resistant. Hardiness zone: 4-9. We ship one pound of top size Garlic sets in time for planting in your area. Garlic Sets may not be shipped to Georgia, Idaho, Nevada, Hawaii (seeds are OK!) or or the following five counties in the State of Washington: Adams, Benton, Franklin, Grant and Klickitat.

German Red Rocambole Garlic (Hardneck)

A German heirloom, this hardneck is vigorous with large, juicy bulbs and 8 to 12, easy-to-peel cloves. Hardnecks send up a stiff flower stalk and are more cold-hardy than their softneck siblings. It is light brown with a purple-tinged base. Often producing double sets, it is prized for its spicy, rich flavor. Use this variety shortly after harvest in sauces, salads or as a roasted spread on crusty breads, for it does not store well over time.

One pound of sets.
Catalog #8120
$23.95

Availability: In stock

$23.95

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