Siberian Garlic

Siberian Garlic

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Siberian garlic is said to have landed in Alaska by way of a fisherman who traded vegetables in Eastern Siberia.

This garlic is vigorous and does well in hotter climates, but thrives in Northern climates.

This garlic really lives up to its name when it comes to thriving in cold weather. A top-notch producer in cold climates, Siberian deserves consideration from all northern gardeners. The cloves are protected by an attractive light pink skin that becomes even redder when grown in high-iron soils.

It is prized for having a very high allicin content, possibly the highest of any garlic. Allicin supports normal cholesterol levels, boosts the immune system, and enhances circulation.

6 Cloves per order.

Zones: 3-9
Planting Depth: Plant individual cloves with the scab end down and the pointed end up, one to two inches deep in well-worked beds.
Spacing: 4" apart in same row. Place 36" between separate rows.
Sun/Shade: Full Sun
When to Plant:Plant 4-6 weeks before frost. Early-mid fall. Will develop in spring. or plant in spring for mid-late summer harvest.
Garlic Type: Hardneck
Plant Height: 18-24" inches

Siberian garlic is shipped from August to May depending on the season. Quantities are limited so order early.

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