Spanish Roja Garlic
Spanish Roja - Sold out as of 08/24/20
- 7-12 red cloves per head
- Hot and spicy flavor
This heirloom garlic variety—first introduced in Portland, Oregon, before 1900—was originally known as ‘Greek’ or ‘Greek Blue’ garlic. Like most Rocambole garlics, it has a very strong, rich, hot-and-spicy flavor. A vigorous grower, it produces large, dark-green foliage that results in good-sized bulbs that sometimes have light-purple coloring. Cloves have a thin layer of dark-brown skin as well as a tendency for doubles. This variety grows best in cold-winter areas and is not suited for areas that have warm winters. Hardneck, 7-12 cloves per bulb.
Ratings & Reviews
heads per pound?
Good garlic, but I would like to know how many heads per pound not just the number of cloves per head...