Red Garlic rossa di Sulmona (A) Allium Sativum L.

£6.99
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SKU:
G2
UPC:
8012450537151

Product Description

Red Garlic rossa di Sulmona

*Heritage variety* 

G2. 3 heads per bag. A wonderful red garlic for planting from Oct - Apr and harvesting Jun - end Aug. Red garlic tends to be a little sweeter.
Sow 5cm down in a sunny spot and a fist apart.  

Reviews

  • 5
    Garlic rossa

    Posted by Emily on 27th Aug 2023

    I bought this in 2015 and have been growing it ever since. When you harvest save the largest cloves and replant in the autumn. This way next year's bulbs have large cloves. Highly recommended! This is the only variety I grow now and it stores well too.

  • 5
    Red garlic

    Posted by Richard Lloyd on 13th Dec 2022

    Prompt delivery. Good quality product. Can’t wait to harvest them in the summer.

  • 5
    Garlic

    Posted by John on 24th Jan 2022

    Good size cloves, all germinated and growing well

  • 5
    Garlic

    Posted by John on 24th Jan 2022

    Good size cloves, all germinated and growing well

  • 5
    Aglio sulmona

    Posted by Milne on 21st Dec 2021

    Vg all are growing well

  • 4
    Garlic Sulmona

    Posted by Richard cocksedge on 20th Oct 2021

    Update to my July review. I have more cloved bulbs than I first thought. The bulbs are small but many of the cloves are well formed. They are very good in the kitchen - quite hot. I have planted earlier this year and will hope to pull later next in the hope of bigger bulbs

  • 5
    Garlic Rossa di Sulmona

    Posted by Carol Hayden on 30th Sep 2021

    Wonderful crop and very tasty. All dried and ready to use over the winter and spring until next year's crop - I am about to buy the same bulbs again and will plant in November

  • 2
    Garlic Sulmona

    Posted by Richard Cocksedge on 30th Jul 2021

    All looking good till harvest. Most plants had not divided into cloves. Other varieties no problem. Perhaps they need a colder winter.

  • 5
    Italian Garlic rossa di Sulmona (A) Allium Sativum L.

    Posted by Naomi Horrocks on 5th Mar 2021

    What has come up is doing fine so far but germination was a little patchy.