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Garlic Provence Wight

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Pack of 1, commercial grade Garlic Bulbs: Provence Wight

Provence Wight is a large white softneck garlic that can produce bulbs that approach Elephant Garlic size.

Originating in the lush valleys of the Drôme in the north of Provence it produces large fat cloves that suit vegetable & fish dishes of the Mediterranean.

Like many Mediterranean types, it responds to heavy watering in the 3 months before harvest.

Spring planting is possible although will produce smaller bulbs.

Sweet and substantial can keep up to January.

Garlic Provence Wight Grow Notes
When to Plant Cloves: October to January - Best sown direct outside
Germination Temperature: 12 ℃ Type: Softneck
Time to Shooting: Up to 6 weeks Frost Hardy: Yes, Once bigger
Spacing Between Plants: 10cm Row Spacing: 20cm
Plant Height: 50cm Planting Position: Sun

 

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Providence Wight garlic.
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19 August 2016  |  Martin

A good variety that I have grown for the last couple of years in buckets on the patio. Keeps well too and as an added bonus seems to keep the ants away from my tomato plants