Garlic 'Early Purple' (2 Heads)

Allium sativum

Delivered Australia Wide - An early, hardneck that produces large cloves of medium flavour. Heat scale 5/10. 2 heads per pack.

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Garlic 'Early Purple' (2 Heads)

One of the best garlic varieties for beginner growers, the large cloves of the Turban are easy to plant and reliably produce and excellent crop. Popular for cooking too because of the medium intensity of the cloves.

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Group: Turban Description: These weakly-bolting hardneck garlics have bulbs that are usually flattened globe shapes, with purple blotched or heavily striped skins, which split easily. Scapes generally grow as an upside-down U with umbels resembling a turban. Numerous small to medium bulbils are found in the umbel (generally 40–50). Plants are smaller and floppier with medium well-spaced leaves. Early to plant and harvest. High temperatures early in spring can cause the whole plant to fall over Cloves: Plump cloves are usually in one layer with one or two smaller in the middle, 7–15 cloves to a bulb with some being enclosed in a second skin. Cloves have glossy bronze to pink-red to purple skins that are easy to peel. Climate: Grows best in NSW, VIC, SA, TAS and mid/ south WA. In warmer regions it may not grow a scape Flavour: Raw cloves have simple, crisp savoury flavours that can be initially mild to hot, but the heat quickly fades. Some have very sweet rich fruity flavours. Lovely roasted. Storage: 4–5 months Planting: Feb-Apr Harvest: Oct - Dec

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