Duganskij Hardneck Purple Stripe Garlic - Sustainably Grown


Duganskij Hardneck Purple Stripe Garlic - Sustainably Grown

Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Also known as Samarkind and Persian Star, though originally from Kazakhstan. Late-maturing Duganskij (dew-gan-skee) grows 6–8 generously sized cloves per bulb. Its flavor reaches its peak in mid-late winter at the time that tight skins become easier to peel. Our grower in northern Maine says Duganskij “stores well for us in cold storage into May.”

Z3-8 Eco-grown in Maine.

6234 Duganskij - Sustainably Grown
Item Discounted
A: 3 bulbs for $14.00  
sold out
B: 2 # for $46.00  
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Additional Information

Purple Stripe Garlic, hardneck type

Hails from the harsh climate of central Asia and is the closest to the wild garlic ancestors. Genetic research shows the Purple Stripe group is the basis of all other types.

Tightly wrapped cloves with long tips, 6–14 per bulb. Skins of both bulbs and cloves are striped in purple. Cloves usually form a single layer around the hard center stalk, though very large bulbs may have inner cloves.

Scapes coil vigorously, form small bulbils. 50–60 cloves per pound.

Seed Garlic

The bulb size, the skin color, the flavor, and the size and number of cloves are partly determined by genetics, and partly by cultural practices, soil and weather.

Our standard for a seed garlic bulb is a minimum 2" diameter. Every lot of garlic we ship has tested negative both for garlic bloat nematode and for white rot.

Artichoke Garlic, softneck type

Produces a bulb with two or more rings of cloves and a soft, braidable stem with no flower scape. 50–60 cloves per pound.