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Favorite Garlic and Why Should it be My New Garlic

Posted by defigart 8B - Vancouver, WA (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 13, 12 at 0:33

When fall comes and it is time to plant garlic I am sticking with my 3 standbys (listed below). I am also planting an organic "purple" that I got a local organic grocery. I have room for one more, and I am looking for suggestions.

My 3 standbys:
Chinese Pink
Chesnok Red
Incheliam Red.

I have grown these three for a few years now, and I originally picked them for there extreme differences in harvest times in my area. I am looking to expand my garlic palate. What are your suggestions, and why do you like it?


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RE: Favorite Garlic and Why Should it be My New Garlic

Thai garlic. I got it from a dealer at the farmer's market. It is red and beautiful and full bulbs were developed in April. This was at least 2 months earlier than my other garlics.


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RE: Favorite Garlic and Why Should it be My New Garlic

I have never heard of that type. Can you tell me more about it? What group is it in?


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RE: Favorite Garlic and Why Should it be My New Garlic

  • Posted by jolj 7b/8a (My Page) on
    Sun, Jun 17, 12 at 23:15

Is this it?
I like Chinese red & white.
Why should you like it?
Check it out at http://www.wegrowgarlic.com/

Here is a link that might be useful: Thai purple/filaree farm


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