Polish Hardneck – Porcelain hardneck variety. Cultivated in Ontario, Canada by John Yovanov, and brought to the U.S. by Idaho garlic grower Rick Bangert. It has a complex and subtle flavor, not as spicy as other Porcelains when eaten raw. Very productive in cold winter climates. A popular variety favored by garlic growers throughout the Pacific Northwest and New England. It has classic teardrop shaped bulbs that are characteristic of the Porcelain horticulture group.
Polish Hardneck garlic characteristics: 4 to 6 cloves per bulb. 40 to 45 cloves per pound. Late harvest. Stores 5 to 6 months. Zones 1 to 7. Produces scapes. Hot.
Please note: All Polish Hardneck organic seed garlic ordered now will be shipped mid September, 2023.
8 oz: $14.75. Limited supply, 1/2 pounds only please.