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Spring/Autumn planting. Hardneck garlic.
A classic 'hardneck' variety named for its place of origin in South West France. Garlic 'Lautrec Wight' is widely regarded as France's finest garlic producing very pretty bulbs with white outer skins and deep pink cloves. Height: 60cm (24"). Spread: 15cm (6").
Up to 60cm (23.6in)
Up to 15cm (5.9in)
Easy for all
Easy for all
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Great Harvest 2011-08-16
I bought this Garlic from from T M in September 2010, two bulbs that were full of very large and healthy cloves. I planted them in compost in 4 inch pots September and left them in my G/House over winter and planted them on the plot late January. I sowed 29 bulbs and in last week of June harvested 28 great sized bulbs, of which 3 needed using sooner than later (but still good) and the rest are now storing in my garage for over winter use. I have saved the best three bulbs for seed Garlic to plant this Autumn. T M are a bit more pricey than some outlets but the quality you get is 1st class and worth the extra.
Did well on the allotment, against the odds. 2011-07-14
Planted this Nov 2010 and in spite of poor soil, the terrible winter and the onion rot of Spring 2011, I got the best crop on my allotment site. Great stuff and have ordered more to grow again. Definitely worth buying decent sets if you want to grow garlic in this country.