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Garlic update

Available for November delivery.

Garlic is now available, it is 2 per bulb plus postage and packing.

Garlic selection pack is 4.99 for 3 bulbs (one of each variety) plus postage and packing.

P&P is a one off cost of 4.95 covering both garlic and any plants from the rest of October delivery. Usally added during the check out process. Order with a friend and spread the cost.

Bulk Garlic~ If a few bulbs isn't enough we do sell garlic by the box. You can get a 500g box of any of the varieties (Germidour, Messidrome, and Therador), bulk quantity of garlic bulbs will contain whole and/or part bulbs plus loose cloves up to the weight of 500g. Bulbs during the grading process may have had damaged cloves removed, standard practise to maintain the quality of the bulbs during storage.

A box will cost 8.80 plus the post and packaging of 4.95 up to 3 boxes, then 6.00 for 4 boxes or more. Single box will be 13.75.

To order bulk garlic from Delfland Trayshop - Boxes of garlic.

Garlic ~ Germidour (October)

A well-known and reliable very early variety. It comes from French production but is well suited to UK growing conditions. This softneck* garlic has a Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit and produces purple bulbs with a mild yet rich flavour.

Price: 2.00

Garlic ~ Messidrome (October)

French white-skinned softneck* variety with beige cloves for autumn planting.

Price: 2.00


Garlic ~ Therador (October)

White bulbs with beige cloves. Very resistant variety with excellent taste. Short dormancy variety which MUST be planted by the end of December.

Price: 2.00

Garlic Collection (October)

Garlic Collection (October)

Opportunity to buy all 3 varieties at the same time, all the bulbs are organic and usually between 8 to 10 cloves per bulb. P&P included.

Variety information see below.

Price: 9.95

* Most commercially grown garlic is of the softneck type. This means that it does not produce a flowering stalk. Softnecks tend to have more, but smaller, cloves and a longer shelf-life than the hardnecks.

Harvest garlic from July, when the leaves begin to turn yellow, by loosening them from the ground with a trowel. Gently wash and dry garlic bulbs, then place them in a warm dry position to dry out, prior to storing them. Bulbs can then be stored in good conditions for up to 3 months.

Plant : from September to December
Harvesting : from July