Heritage - Red Duke Wight Seed
(2 or 4 Bulbs)

Allium Sativum ophioscorodon (Hardneck) - The last stronghold of rare exotic hardnecks with fierce and spicy flavours is in Eastern Europe. Hotter and stronger than any of the commonly planted garlic in the UK, these bulbs still have the attributes of their mother bulbs which came from Central Asia, perhaps 800 years ago with the Mongol invasions. Bright white skins with plump purple cloves.

Horticultural Group: -
Origines: Eastern Europe
Cloves: 8 - 10 cloves/ bulb
Expected size: 50 - 70mm
Planted: September - February
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 **

Two Bulbs £7.95

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Four Bulbs £12.95

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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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