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In this range you'll find spring-planting, autumn-planting and heat-treated varieties. Spring-planting varieties will give you a crop during June and July and autumn-planting varieties will be ready a few weeks earlier. Spring is such a busy time and planting onions and garlic in the autumn to overwinter gives you one less job to in spring! Heat-treated onions are less likely to bolt (run to seed) on planting, which occurs particularly in red varieties.
Garlic 'Germidour' (Spring/Autumn Planting)
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Spring/Autumn planting. Softneck garlic.
Well-known and reliable, Garlic 'Germidour' comes from French production that is well adapted to British conditions. This softneck variety produces large, white bulbs with a mild but still rich flavour. Height: 60cm (24"). Spread: 15cm (6").
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Garlic 'Garcua' (Spring/Autumn Planting)
Allium sativumGive Garlic Garcua a little extra room to accommodate a slightly spreading leaf formation and this vigorous, hardy soft neck garlic will reward you with large, globe-shaped bulbs and large oval cloves - one goes a long way in your dishes. Under optimum conditions, from an autumn planting expect to harvest 16-18 bulbs (up to 1.75kgs) through July. The firm white bulbs of Garlic Garcua store well through to the following spring. Height: 60cm (24"). Spread: 15cm (6") More info
Garlic 'Garpek' (Spring/Autumn Planting)
Allium sativumThis robust hard neck garlic variety, Garlic Garpek produces large bulbs with white and purple striped skin casings and large rosey-brown cloves. Intense aroma and flavour hold well in cooking. Under optimum conditions, from an autumn planting expect to harvest 18-20 bulbs (up to 2kgs) through June and July. Stores well to the end of the year. Height: 60cm (24"). Spread: 15cm (6") More info
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