Elephant Garlic Seed (6 or 12 Cloves)

Allium ampeloprasum: A fun member of the allium family, Elephant garlic can grow, with adequate water, to 150mm across and weigh over a kilo. Occurring in the wild in parts of Western Europe and in the UK along the Cornish coast. Roast it and impress your friends. It has a warm mild garlic flavour but is increasingly popular with those who like to make a statement in their cooking.

Horticultural Group: -
Origines: Western Europe
Cloves: 4 - 8 cloves/ bulb
Expected size: 80 - 150mm
Planted: September - February (Best results September - October)
Harvested: June

** We ensure your Seed Garlic will arrive in good time for planting. We aim to dispatch Seed Orders in Late September – Early October, dependent on the varieties ordered. If ordering Seed Products and Non-Seed Products together please note that your order will not be dispatched until your Seed Products are ready. If you require Non-Seed Products sooner please place a separate order for these items. Please do not order Green Garlic with Seed Products **

Six Cloves £8.95

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Twelve Cloves £14.95

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  • Growers Tips

The basics: Plant your garlic in an area which will receive maximum sunlight hours. Place the cloves 3 – 4cm below the surface, root down (pointy end up) 6 inches apart. Water your garlic during dry periods, stopping watering completely during the last few weeks. Harvest when the lower leaves start to yellow and fold. Mid May – mid August depending on variety and location.


Click here for our detailed garlic growing instructions and our month by month garlic grower’s guide.

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