Garlic Sets

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A highly significant plan in all forms of cuisine, garlic is simple to grow and comes in a variety of seasonal offerings. From autumn and spring planting garlic, to hard and soft-neck varieties and some which adapt to cope with wet ground, there’s more to garlic than meets the eyes!

You can plant your garlic in either autumn or spring. In colder, wetter climates, spring planting is best, whereas autumn planting will lead to higher yields as the cool period is beneficial. We recommend planting your bulbs in segments, thus maximising your crop – but don’t separ. . . Show More >

A highly significant plan in all forms of cuisine, garlic is simple to grow and comes in a variety of seasonal offerings. From autumn and spring planting garlic, to hard and soft-neck varieties and some which adapt to cope with wet ground, there’s more to garlic than meets the eyes!

You can plant your garlic in either autumn or spring. In colder, wetter climates, spring planting is best, whereas autumn planting will lead to higher yields as the cool period is beneficial. We recommend planting your bulbs in segments, thus maximising your crop – but don’t separate these segments until you’re ready to plant. Remove any weed competition among your plants as they grow and water when dry. Harvest your garlic when the leaves begin to yellow, at which time they can be dried in the shed or in the sun (if we’re lucky!). Garlic may struggle in heavy clay soils, but this is easily remedied with the help of an organic soil improver. Another benefit is pests tend to steer clear of garlic – possible due to the odour – making them a fantastic choice for the organic gardener.


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A highly significant plan in all forms of cuisine, garlic is simple to grow and comes in a variety of seasonal offerings. From autumn and spring planting garlic, to hard and soft-neck varieties and some which adapt to cope with wet ground, there’s more to garlic than meets the eyes!

You can plant your garlic in either autumn . . . Show More >

A highly significant plan in all forms of cuisine, garlic is simple to grow and comes in a variety of seasonal offerings. From autumn and spring planting garlic, to hard and soft-neck varieties and some which adapt to cope with wet ground, there’s more to garlic than meets the eyes!

You can plant your garlic in either autumn or spring. In colder, wetter climates, spring planting is best, whereas autumn planting will lead to higher yields as the cool period is beneficial. We recommend planting your bulbs in segments, thus maximising your crop – but don’t separate these segments until you’re ready to plant. Remove any weed competition among your plants as they grow and water when dry. Harvest your garlic when the leaves begin to yellow, at which time they can be dried in the shed or in the sun (if we’re lucky!). Garlic may struggle in heavy clay soils, but this is easily remedied with the help of an organic soil improver. Another benefit is pests tend to steer clear of garlic – possible due to the odour – making them a fantastic choice for the organic gardener.


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