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Heirloom Vegetables - Chesnok Red Garlic Heirloom Vegetables - Chet's Italian Red Garlic Early Italian Red
Chesnok Red
Your Price $8.95
Chet's Italian Red
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Early Italian Red
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Easy to peel, purple striped cloves. One of the best for baking and roasting. Great for roasting, a good keeper. Softneck, 12-20 cloves per bulb. (Softneck Artichoke) This artichoke variety is true to its name with harvests possible as early as June in the Midwest. Reliably large, white wrapped bulbs covering 10-20 snow-white cloves. It is one of our easiest garlics to grow. Early Italian Red hails from southern Italy, is an excellent storage garlic with a mild flavor.

Ships end of September/beginning of October!
French Grey Shallot Bulb Sets Heirloom Vegetables - German Extra Hardy Garlic Heirloom Vegetables - Heirloom Garlic Sampler
German Extra Hardy
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(Allium oschaninii) The infamous French Grey Shallot is considered a 'true' shallot and is grown only from bulbs. A seasonal 'must have' in French cuisine, the French Grey Shallot offers a uniquely wild and slightly shallot flavor. Best planted after the first frost in well-drained soil. Harvest April-July. Storage up to December. Average 30-35 cloves per pound.

Ships end of September.

A very sturdy garlic plant with an extremely strong root system. Contains 2 bulbs each of Chesnok Red, Chet's Italian Red, German Extra Hardy, Music, and Inchellium.

In the event of a shortage, other varieties may be substituted.
Heirloom Vegetables - Inchelium Heirloom Vegetables - Music Garlic Spanish Roja
Inchelium
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Music
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Spanish Roja
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Large bulbed vigorous strain, a top rated softneck. Four to five clove layers with 8 to 20 cloves. Bulbs over 3 inches possible. It seems to have denser, heavier bulbs than other varieties. Mild but lingering flavor. 6-8 bulbs per pound.

Ships end of September/beginning of October.
Great spicy flavor raw. Mild and sweet cooked. Tends to caramelize when roasted. (Hardneck Rocambole) A massive garlic brought to the Portland, Oregon region prior to 1900. We love this garlic for its earthy garlic flavor, skins that seem to just slip off of the clove, and its massive size. Spanish Roja does not grow well in the South. 5-7 very large cloves per pound.

Ships end of September.
Transylvania
Transylvania
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(Softneck Artichoke) Vampires Beware! Transylvanian was brought to America from the mountains of Transylvania. Transylvania can handle harsh winters but does very well in the South. Very spicy flavor, early to mature (late June) and quite hard to find good sources for. 8-10 large cloves per bulb.

Ships end of September.