Mid-season hardneck variety
Large cloves wrapped in purple stripes
Rich, garlicky flavor with no hot kick
A favorite for roasting and baking
Approx. 6-10 cloves per bulb
This new introduction is sure to be a hit with garlic lovers. The large, elongated cloves are wrapped in a purple-striped package—and the flavor is rich and garlicky, with a touch of sweetness, and no hot kick or aftertaste. It’s our favorite for roasting and baking. Hardneck varieties, like Purple Glazer, perform best in cooler climates, in zones 5-7, and when planted in the fall. In the early summer, hardneck varieties produce scapes, or flower stems that grow from the tops of garlic. They’re a delightful addition to recipes and can also be used in fresh flower arrangements. Midseason hardneck variety. Approx. 6-10 cloves per bulb.
Allium sativum ‘Purple Glazer’
Height: 18 – 24 inches
Spacing: 4 inches
Depth:Divide bulbs into cloves and set 1 – 2 inches deep; plant flat side down.
Light Required:Full Sun
Fruit: Produces large, elongated cloves wrapped in satiny wrapped striped with purple. Strong, rich, lasting flavor with sweetness. Not hot and no aftertaste. 6-10 large cloves per bulb.
Soil Requirements: Well-drained, loose, organic soil.