chesnok red garlic

Chesnok Red Garlic, 2 Nice Big Bulbs.

$11.95

Product Description

Chesnok Red Garlic

Store bought garlic just cannot compare to chesnok red garlic, and being able to use all those beautiful green garlic shoots for added color and flavor to your cooking is just an added wonderful bonus!
Zone 3-9, Full Sun
Height 18 inches, 120 day to mature. Can be planted fall or early spring.
Makes large cloves, and is great for long term storage.
90-150 daysStore bought garlic just cannot compare, and being able to use all those beautiful green garlic shoots for added color and flavor to your cooking is just an added wonderful bonus!
Zone 3-9, Full Sun
Height 18 inches, 120 day to mature. Can be planted fall or early spring.
Makes large cloves, and is great for long term storage.
90-150 days. Chesnok Red is one of the best cooking garlics around! This purple-striped hardneck is very flavorful, having won taste tests for best-baking garlic from Sunset Magazine, Rodale, Martha Stewart, and more. The large, easy-to-peel cloves keep their shape and full-bodied flavor when cooked, making them a valuable addition to many types of cuisine. This late-season garlic is especially good for baking, due to its creamy texture. The bulbs are white on the outside with 8 to 10 brilliant red cloves inside. Chesnok Red is also an excellent choice for storing, as it lasts 4 to 6 months. It’s quite easy to grow, having very few problems with pests. Plant it in rich, well-drained soil — garlic doesn’t do well in dense soils with few nutrients. You should separate the cloves just prior to planting, placing them 4 to 6 inches apart and covering them with 1 to 2 inches of soil. In the north, garlic is best planted in October, while southern regions should plant between November and January.The large, easy-to-peel cloves keep their shape and full-bodied flavor when cooked, making them a valuable addition to many types of cuisine. This late-season garlic is especially good for baking, due to its creamy texture. The bulbs are white on the outside with 8 to 10 brilliant red cloves inside. Chesnok Red is also an excellent choice for storing, as it lasts 4 to 6 months. It’s quite easy to grow, having very few problems with pests. Plant it in rich, well-drained soil — garlic doesn’t do well in dense soils with few nutrients. You should separate the cloves just prior to planting, placing them 4 to 6 inches apart and covering them with 1 to 2 inches of soil. In the north, garlic is best planted in October, while southern regions should plant between November and January.

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