Garlic Seed - Purple Glazer

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Purple Glazer Garlic Seed for Fall planting

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You will receive either:

Small 2 bulbs
Large 4 bulbs

Variety - Purple Glazer which is a Purple Stripe Variety of the Hardneck garlics

----> The Purple Stripe are the Most Colorful of all the garlic varieties. 

Purple Glazer is marbled purple with yellow tint.  Robust flavor and a favorite among chef's including Martha Stewart!  Very hardy and performs well in the home garden.  My #1 for roasting.

+ Planting Instructions that include harvesting and super easy curing information

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How much will 4 seed garlic bulbs grow?



approximately 20ish garlic plants with 1 bulb forming from each plant

If that's too much garlic seed is fully edible - so enjoy!

(Bulb sizes may vary from pictures as this was last season's crop, in general they will be Medium graded)

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Urban gardeners - Can garlic be grown in pots on a patio or deck?

YES! Garlic performs well in pots, fabric planters, raised beds, that are 12" + deep. Check out our fabric planter listing :) When growing in pots more waterings are usually required as well as Organic fertilizers/nutrients such as: compost tea, liquid kelp, seaweed.


What is the difference between softneck and hardneck?

The vertical stalk that grows is refereed to as the "neck". With the hardneck varieties the stalk produces a distinct curled flower pod called a scape. The scape should be cut off before flowing to revert the energy to the bulb. Scapes are an edible bonus - sauteed in olive oil , tossed with Parmesan and red pepper flakes - yum! The stalk then becomes stiff and hard hence the name - hardneck.

Hardnecks are sometimes considered to have more complex flavors but don't store as long.

Softnecks don't form the hard stalk or the scapes but are great for braiding as the leaf stalks stay soft and pliable. Softnecks are somewhat milder in flavor but typically produce larger bulbs and have longer storage life.

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