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HAVE: Elephant garlic bulblets

Posted by acheck_wa z7 WA ( on
Fri, Aug 31, 07 at 16:24

I just took the garlic out of the drying shed. Only grew elephant garlic this year. Several over 4" in diameter! This elephant garlic has a very mild flavor. I have a bunch of corms or bulb lets, for trade. They will grow true to the parent but the first year will be a single large clove, the second year will grow to full size.

I really want to try Martian's Heirloom and Schumacher garlic.

Anton (acheck_WA)

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RE: HAVE: Elephant garlic bulblets

Hi, I don't have any garlic, but have some great heirloom squash seeds, and some violet crowns. Would you be interested?

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