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We have finished March plants for 2017, next dispatch will be April plants which we start on 3rd April (April dispatch runs between 3rd to 19th). This will include: aubergine, cucumbers, melon, peppers, tomatoes, onions, leeks, rhubarb, strawberries, and sweet peas. To order April plants, click here.

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Spring Garlic

Garlic update

We won't be supplying Spring garlic this year in 2017, we still have some Autumn varieties available..


Garlic ~ Flavor (allium sativum - softneck) (January)

Garlic ~ Flavor (allium sativum - softneck) (January)


Price: 2.75

Quantity:

Mid July Harvest,.
Spring planting. Softneck.
An Italian Pink type, that matures in late July. The white-skinned bulbs of Garlic 'Flavor' each contain 9 to 16 pretty pink cloves that will store for a long time once ripened.

January planting, will be dispatched at the end of January (can be planted from the end of December to March).

Approximately 8 -10 cloves per bulb (price per bulb). We aim to acheive 10 cloves per order which we may add additional bulbs to do this. Bulbs during the grading process may have had damaged cloves removed, standard practise to maintain the quality of the bulbs during storage.

Postage & Packing

Postage and packing for garlic is £4.95, this covers multiple bulbs or the box of garlic. It will be added in your basket once we know your address (if you have ordered perviously, our site may remember you depending on your settings).

Garlic ~ Solent Wight (allium sativum - softneck ~ untreated) (January)

Garlic ~ Solent Wight (allium sativum - softneck ~ untreated) (January)


Price: 2.75

Quantity:

Mid July Harvest,.
Autumn and spring planting though early spring is best.
Very good garlic in terms of overall eating and keeping quality. Hard dense bulbs that exude a presence of their own. Long keeping – to April and beyond.

Elegant bouquet that retains its flavour during cooking. Large white, bulbs that are easy to plait. Most attractive garlic plaited and hung in the kitchen.

December / January planting best but will crop well from end of March planting.

Approximately 8 -10 cloves per bulb (price per bulb).