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Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Real Veggies Farm Garlic

Here are the varieties of garlic that I currently have in the ground and will be digging up in July.


Chet's Italian Garlic
#1
Soft Neck (Artichoke)
Nice Medium Taste, HOT Raw 
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Red Tochliavari Garlic
#2
Soft Neck (Artichoke)
Mild Flavor
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Inchelium Garlic
#3
Soft Neck (Artichoke)
Medium Flavor
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Korean Red Garlic
#4
Hard Neck (Rocambole)
Strong Flavor, HOT
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Bogatyr Garlic
#5
Hard Neck (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Medium Strong Flavor
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Khabar Garlic
#6
Hard Neck (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Medium Flavor
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Musik Garlic
#7
Hard Neck (Porcelain)
Nice Strong Flavor, Large Cloves
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Romanian Red Garlic
#8
Hard Neck (Porcelain)
Strong Flavor, HOT
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German White Garlic
#9
Hard Neck (Porcelain)
Strong Flavor, Large Cloves
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Latina Italian Garlic
#10
Soft Neck (Silver Skin)
Very Nice Medium Strong Flavor
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German Red Garlic
#15
Hard Neck (Rocambole)
Full Body Robust Flavor
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Carpathian Garlic
#17
Hard Neck (Rocambole)
Hot & Spicy
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Siberian Garlic
#18
Hard Neck (Rocambole)
Lots of Heat, Raw
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Georgian Fire Garlic
#20
Hard Neck (Porcelain)
Pleasant Strong Flavor, HOT Raw
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Chinese Red Garlic
#21
Medium Flavor
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I also have some new varieties in the ground, but I will be saving most of what I have in the ground, of those varieties, for planting this year, so that way I will have more next year.  When I start to dig out the new garlic varieties in July I will have to do a post on the new varieties and how they did.




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