Spanish Roja Hardneck Planting Garlic

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Spanish Roja Hardneck Planting Garlic

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Rocamboles grow better in cold winter gardens. Harvests early-mid summer - stores through fall into winter

Spanish Roja, an heirloom garlic, (a garden plant whose lineage can be traced for a 100 years or more) came to the Portland, Oregon area over a hundred years ago and was originally known as Greek or Greek Blue garlic. It is a generally a vigorous grower with large foliage that is dark green and results in a pretty good sized bulb.

Being a Rocambole garlic, its flavor is very strong, hot and spicy and sticks around for a long time. It seems to have an especially rich taste.

From a growers perspective, it grows well in cold winter areas, but does poorly in warm winter areas, and usually grows healthy fairly uniform sized bulbs. It has thin bulb wrappers that have a lot of purple and brown in them.

Spanish Roja usually has anywhere from 8 or 9 easy to peel cloves that are of good size, with no smaller inner cloves. The outer bulb wrappers are thin and flake off easily so it is not a very good storer, but no Rocambole is. Great taste is their claim to fame, not long storage. For those up North who want to grow their own garlic it only takes a year or two to grow all you can eat. It harvests in mid-season along with most of the other Rocamboles.

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!