Reddish brown with medium to large bulbs with large, easy to peel cloves. Cloves have a strong flavor that is less spicy than Korean Red. An excellent keeper that can last until June if kept in a cool, dry place.
|Lifecycle:||1 (0: N/A, 1: annual, 2: perennial, 3: biennial)|
|Propagation / Germination:||Plant in September or October to establish root growth before winter so that your garlic can get off to a great start in the spring. Do not plant too early or too much top growth can be damaged in winter.|
|Pests and Diseases:||Onion White Rot is a problem in Southwest Idaho. Because of a quarantine my garlic is inspected for Onion White Rot and other allium diseases|
Planting garlic this September or October? Order your seed garlic now and get high quality, gourmet garlic before it sells out. My fields are inspected by the Idaho Department of Agriculture and are free of allium diseases. I've cleaned and graded my garlic so you get the biggest and best bulbs for growing.