The fresh taste of this Rocambole type, stiffneck garlic will broaden your view of this wonderful vegetable which has been basking in a resurgence of culinary interest.
Plant the individual cloves 6” apart in the Fall for Harvest next Summer. Garlic is perfect for planting in garden beds. In the North, mulch with straw after the ground has frozen to prevent damage from freeze-thaw heaving.
Once growth begins in Spring work into the soil around Garlic plants a high Nitrogen fertilizer such as Organic Oasis. Garlic is shallow rooted so keep well watered. We recommend mulching between plants with straw to conserve water and control weeds.
Our Organic Red Russian garlic is a good keeper, very easy to peel, and has nice large cloves. Harvest when the outer two or three leaves begin to dry down. Finish drying in an airy shed protected from direct sunlight. Store long term cool and dry.
Approximately 40 Cloves per 1 Lb.