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Conventionally Grown Garlic, Georgian Fire (lb) - FP537

Georgian Fire
How To Grow Garlic

How To Grow Garlic

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  • Sold out for the season. Available again in August 2016.
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A Porcelain Hardneck That's Great for Salsa

  • The raw flavor is intense and sweet, with a creamy finish
  • Truly one of the hottest garlics; full-bodied and strong with heat that builds to an unexpected late kick in the back of the throat
  • Makes an excellent salsa and a preferred variety for eating fresh, pickling, or roasting
  • Big, fat, creamy white with approximately 5 large rose-skinned cloves per bulb
  • Disease resistant
  • 2" and larger diameter bulbs
  • Grown in Canada

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October 8, 2015 - Meredith Cherry
It’s garlic and potato planting time again! Garlic and potato “seeds” are now available. Unlike what you’d expect from the name, these are not actually seeds. At first glace, seed garlic and seed… read more »
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“Comfort food or meal-on-the-go, this is best made with authentic Russian fingerlings and garlic” read more»
August 27, 2015 - Meredith Cherry
Creamy aioli, hearty spaghetti aglio e olio, spicy chimichurri… all around the world garlic is a key ingredient to a delicious meal.  In all corners of the globe, too, garlic farmers have developed… read more »
Submitted by: Meredith Cherry
Spaghetti Aglio E Olio “This hearty pasta recipe is a great way to use hardneck garlic!” read more»
July 21, 2015 - Meredith Cherry
Garlic is one of the easiest veggies to grow, but sometimes those big green tops yield a harvest of disappointingly small heads.  After nearly a year of patiently watering, weeding and fertilizing,… read more »
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