Description

Rocambole Hardneck Variety

Rocambole hardneck variety. Originated from the Pacific Northwest, originally from Tonasket, Washington, and later discovered in Portland, Oregon. A great choice for the Pacific Northwest and other wet winter climates. Rocamboles are known for their sweet, full bodied flavor, and in U.S. taste tests, Spanish Roja is rated at the top of the charts. The bulbs have large cloves that are easy to peel and often form double cloves. This image is actually an Asiatic variety, we will have a new image after garlic shipping is over.

Spanish Roja Garlic Characteristics:

7 to 10 cloves per bulb • 60 to 65 cloves per pound • Mid harvest Stores 6 months • Zones 3 to 10 • Produces scapes • Hottest.

8 oz: $13.00. Now on sale, nice medium bulbs, but they are hard to clean the dirt off. If we rub the dirt off the outer skins come off with the dirt. So they are on sale for $11.50 per 1/2 pound.