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Korean Violet Garlic

Korean Violet Garlic

Regular price $5.00 CAD
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**Garlic is shipped in September.

Hardneck. A purple or violet rocambole variety. Quite hardy. Expect 7 to 9 cloves per bulb. Good keeper.

Certified organic by Quebec Vrai

Growing recommendations

Garlic should be planted in the fall, 4-6 weeks before the frost settles in for good. Here in the Outaouais, we usually plant in mid to late October. Garlic bulbs should be separated into cloves - cloves set 2 inches deep (use a dibble as needed) 6 inches apart in rows 12 inches apart. It’s important to plant the cloves right side up, with the pointy growing tip upwards. Close the soil after planting and cover with straw mulch 6-8 inches thick. And voilà! Come back in the early summer to harvest the scapes (not harvesting scapes makes for smaller bulbs) and then harvest the garlic when 5 green leaves still remain, the rest having yellowed and shriveled. For us, this is consistently in the last days of July or the first days of August.

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