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    Garlic Sets / Bulbs

    Plant some richly flavored, easy to grow garlic sets in your garden today.
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    California Garlic Elephant Garlic German Extra Hardy Garlic
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    California Garlic Sets:Bulbs Elephant Garlic German Extra Hardy Garlic
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    California Garlic


    A off-white garlic. Large, plump bulbs have papery skins and plenty of creamy-white cloves. Easy to grow, very productive softneck type. Cultivate and store as you would onions. Approx. 10-15 cloves per bulb.
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    Elephant Garlic


    (Allium ampeloprasum) Elephant garlic is not a true garlic; it a leek. Very large, somewhat yellowish bulbs that average five monstrously large cloves per bulb. Bulbs can weigh over a pound. The flavor is milder than reg. garlic. Bulbs can store for about a year at room temp.
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    German Extra Hardy Garlic


    Also called German Stiffneck, German White or Northern White. Very white wrappers over 3-5 dark red cloves. Large well-formed heads have a strong and robust flavor. Very winter-hardy porcelain variety having a large root system to help withstand the freezing. Stores well.
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    German Red Garlic Inchelium Red Garlic Russian Red Garlic
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    German Red Garlic Inchelium Red Garlic Russian Red Garlic
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    German Red Garlic


    A popular rocambole that was one of the first hardnecked varieties to become widely popular. Garlic has white wrappers with a slight pinkish-red tinge over flattened bulbs that are 2" and larger in diameter. German Red garlic has a strong full-bodied flavor. Excellent keeper and easy to peel.
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    Inchelium Red Garlic


    A popular “artichoke garlic" - this means that its bulbs cluster in layers like artichoke petals.” that has a soft neck ideal for braiding.
    Very large cloves
    Has large bulbs that sometimes reach 3 inches across. Mild at harvest but increases in flavor during storage, and with just a touch of spicy heat. The color is a polished ivory skins with reddish purple markings. The outer bulbs wrappers are several layer thick which protect the bulb and enhancing it's storage quality. Stores very well for 6 - 9 months.
    The outer bulb wrappers are several layers thick which protect the bulb, enhancing its storage quality. - See more at: http://www.specialtyproduce.com/produce/Inchelium...
    The outer bulb wrappers are several layers thick which protect the bulb, enhancing its storage quality. - See more at: http://www.specialtyproduce.com/produce/Inchelium...This mid season heirloom softneck variety was first grown on Indian reservations in Washington state. From a culinary standpoint, it is probably one of the best of the American heirloom red garlics.
    Very large clove

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    Russian Red Garlic

    A popular rocambole garlic grown for its large copper-veined, purple blotched bulbs that are 2" and larger in diameter. Brought to the Northwest by Russian Doukhobor immigrants in the 1900s. Eaten raw flavor has a intense heat that is long lasting, like a hot pepper. This variety has the ability to withstand soggy winter soils much better than other garlic.
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    TYPES OF GARLIC

    Softneck Garlic: Allium sativum subsp. sativum
    These varieties produce 6-18 cloves in several layers around a soft central stem. Approximate cloves per pound is 50-90 but this can vary based on seasonal conditions and the variety. This easy-to-grow garlic is excellent in the kitchen and usually have the best storage qualities.

    Hardneck Garlic: Allium sativum subsp. ophioscorodon
    This garlic typically produce 5-10 cloves per head. Approximate cloves per pound is 40-65 but this can vary based on seasonal conditions and the variety. Cloves grow in a single circle around a central woody stem. These varieties also produce, or attempt to produce, a flower stalk. Hardneck garlic has a shorter storage life than softnecks.

    Elephant Garlic: Allium ampeloprasum:
    Not a true garlic, these enormous bulbs have a much milder and sweeter flavor than garlic, as it's related more closely to a leek. The bulbs are huge, potentially weighing up to a pound.