Music (White Hardneck) Garlic for Planting -- Bulb - Hardy ,Italian Garlic

Allium sativum

$ 7.95 

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  • Music (Porcelain, hardneck) Italian variety. Very cold tolerant and a good producer. White skin with a blush of pink and brown on cloves. Each bulb has 4 to 6 large, easy to peel cloves. Classic, spicy flavor, raw; rich and sweet, roasted.
    Garlic growing has a long tradition throughout the country. All of our garlic, onion, and shallot varieties are untreated and ready to use in the kitchen or plant in the garden!
    Garlic Seed - Bulbs
    Planting
    Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall planting is recommended for most gardeners. Plant in the fall and you'll find that your bulbs are bigger and more flavorful when you harvest the next summer.
    In areas that get a hard frost, plant garlic 6 to 8 weeks before that frost. In southern areas, February or March is a better time to plant.
    Break apart cloves from bulb a few days before planting, but keep the papery husk on each individual clove.
    Plant cloves about one month before the ground freezes. 
    Ensure soil is well-drained with plenty of organic matter. Select a sunny spot.
    Place cloves 4 inches apart and 2 inches deep, in their upright position (the wide root side facing down and pointed end facing up).

    Harvest/Storage
    Harvest time depends on when you plant, but the clue is to look for yellow tops. Harvest when the tops begin to yellow and fall over, before they are completely dry.
    In Northern climates, harvesting will probably be in late July or August. In Southern climates, it will depend on your planting date.
    Check the bulb size and wrapper quality; you don't want the wrapper to disintegrate. Dig too early and the bulb will be immature. Discontinue watering.

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