We are excitd to provide you with our LABELED GARLIC GROWER KIT. This kit for anyone who wants to grow their own garlic, and wants to label the garlic they plant. Plant the garlic cloves at your farm, in your garden, in grower pots or raised beds. After planting the hardneck garlic cloves, be sure to label each row with the garlic's name / cultivar. Over time, you can determine which cultivars grows best in your garden and you can isolate which garlic-cultivar flavors you like best.
The 1 1/2 lb kits contain four (4) different varieties, each labeled. You will receive four separate mesh bags (about 0.38 lbs each).
Each Hardneck Garlic Cultivar is labeled with the name of the hardneck garlic variety/cultivar. The bags will contain either individual cloves or garlic bulbs.
Here are the contents of the kit(s):
1. 1 1/2 Pound kit, you get 40 - 70 Garlic Cloves! You will receive at least three (3) different hardneck varieties, each in their own bag. Garlic will be provided either as individual cloves, or garlic bulbs (which contain the cloves). Each package is labeled with the name/cultivar
2. Instructions on how to plant and grow your own garlic.
3. The garlic we provide is labeled indicating the garlic's variety/cultivar. They are not all mixed together.
If you only want to plant garlic and do not care about the variety or cultivar, check out our other kit, titled the "RANDOM KIT:
If you want to grow high-quality Hardneck Garlic, this pack includes exceptional garlic planting. Eat some, Plant some! If you've never grown your own garlic, you will be surprised at how much better it is compared with supermarket varieties. Give it a try.
If you are a restaurant chef or home cook, this package is also the ultimate garlic package. Seed garlic is also culinary garlic. The cloves are easy to peel and are very fresh.
If you want to take a more scientific approach to grow hardneck garlic, this LABELED GARLIC GROWER KIT might be for you.
Our LABELED Garlic Grower Starter Kit Contains Easy Steps for a Successful Crop of Hardneck Garlic.
In the United States, garlic cloves are planted in the fall, up until November or December. Garlic is harvested in late July.
The packet of cloves include enough seed to grow fourty+ garlic plants. Each plant will produce 4-8 additional cloves per bulb.
You can plant some of the cloves and use the remainer for eating.
BOTANICAL NAME: Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon
LIFE CYCLE: Annual
GARLIC TYPE: Hardneck
DAYS TO MATURITY: 240-280 days
Quantities are limited; order early for best availability.
PLEASE READ: We do not ship garlic to Idaho, Canada, Hawaii, Guam, or the Virgin Islands.