Garlic Bulbs and Elephant Garlic.

If you are used to having even a reasonable success with onions then you should have no problems at all with growing garlic as their cultivation needs are almost identical. It is definitely a crop worth growing yourself because the absolutely best garlic you can get is that lifted fresh from the ground – known as wet garlic. This garlic is sweeter, less pungent and far more digestible than dried garlic, and the only way to guarantee your personal supply is to grow it yourself.

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Garlic Early Purple Wight
Garlic Early Purple Wight

One of the earliest maturing varieties.

Plant from September to December for best yield.

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Garlic Bulbs Economy Pack
Garlic Bulbs Economy Pack


Economy pack of softneck type garlic bulbs. All varieties selected to perform in UK conditions.....

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Elephant Garlic
Elephant Garlic


For best results plant end of September / October.

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Elephant Garlic  - 500g Bulk Pack
Elephant Garlic - 500g Bulk Pack


For best results plant September / October.

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Garlic Fertiliser
Garlic Fertiliser
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Garlic Lautrec Wight
Garlic Lautrec Wight

Versatile hardneck garlic. Some French consider this to be the best tasting of all French garlic.

Can be planted autumn or early spring but dislikes wet conditions.

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Garlic Picardy Wight
Garlic Picardy Wight

Softneck type, that is well adapted to cooler and wetter conditions.

Best planted in December / January. A slightly smaller garlic.

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Garlic Provence Wight
Garlic Provence Wight


Large white softneck garlic that can produce huge bulbs.

Best Autumn planted, can be Spring planted although will produce smaller bulbs

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Garlic Solent Wight
Garlic Solent Wight

The best garlic in terms of overall eating and keeping quality.

November to January planting best but crops well from end March planting.

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Garlic Tuscany Wight
Garlic Tuscany Wight

Recommended up and coming variety.

December to January planting best.

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"How to grow Garlic from Bulbs" - pdf Guide.

 

....."all of which are known to suitable for growing our northern climates. Unfortunately, if you try to some of the larger supermarket bulbs they have probably been treated to prevent sprouting and are highly likely to die off in the cold wet weather.

Start by dividing the cloves of garlic from the bulb and then set the largest and healthiest looking cloves aside for planting. Plant the garlic cloves 4 inches apart in rows 8 inches apart. Place them in an upright position, no more than 1 ½ inch below the soil surface - the bottom of the clove is identified by its flattened, slightly concave end".....

Click on the image to download our pdf information sheet.