Russian Red Hardneck Planting Garlic

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Russian Red Hardneck Planting Garlic

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A popular rocambole grown for its large copper-veined, purple blotched bulbs. Strong flavor with a sweet aftertaste. Brought to the Northwest by Russian Doukhobor immigrants in the 1900s. 8-13 brown cloves per bulb. Doubles common. Very winter-hardy. This variety has the ability to withstand soggy winter soils better than others.

Good mid to long-term storing garlic. If you plan to use as seed garlic, we recommend gently tearing the wrapper around the stem to allow air down in to the cloves, otherwise the thick wrappers can hold moisture and promote mold.

5-9 cloves per bulb. 35-40 cloves per pound. Late harvest. Store 6 months. Recommended for Zones 1-6. Produces scapes. Medium hot.

Garlic used for seed is generally 2" or greater, while eating garlic can be any size.

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Dirt Goddess Garlic Farm is proud to be Certified Naturally Grown! This means we grow our garlic using only organic methods. No chemical fertilizers, no pesticides, no herbicides.

Only good old fashioned Mother Nature and lots of hard work!