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Organic Red Rezan Garlic (Hardneck)
Organic Red Rezan Hardneck Garlic Seed
Organic Red Rezan Hardneck Garlic Seed


 
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Our go-to for pesto with well-rounded garlic flavor and strong aromatic warmth both raw and cooked, we love Red Rezan for its rich depth and heat. Purple Stripe.

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Organic Red Rezan Garlic

Our go-to for pesto with well-rounded garlic flavor and strong aromatic warmth both raw and cooked, we love Red Rezan for its rich depth and heat.

A hardneck collected by Klaus Pistrick in 1986 from Rezan, Russia just southeast of Moscow, this 'Purple Stripe' variety is b
eloved for well-rounded garlic flavor and strong aromatic warmth both raw and cooked. We love Red Rezan for the rich depth and heat it brings our pesto. Its ultra-smooth wrappers are glazed purple and silver. Each clove is silver with a blush of purple at its base. Beloved for a well-rounded garlic flavor with very little heat raw or cooked. Each bulb has 8-12 easy-to-peel cloves that will store 7-8 months.

Average 6-10 cloves per bulb.

“Purple Stripe” varieties are the oldest of all garlic, closest to the origins of the species. They are a hardneck, sending up spiraling, edible scapes in June that may flower in addition to producing bulbils. Their flavors as a group are strong, complex and richly garlicky without being overly sulfurous though they lack the sweetness of the Rocamboles. Several of our favorite varieties are Purple Stripe and we prefer them for roasting, especially. Purple Stripes are named for their vivid purple skins that often stripe deeper purple and their 6-10 cloves are arranged in a single layer around the scape (though very large bulbs may form a second layer). Because their skins are more tightly attached than Rocambole types, Purple Stripes store longer and become easier to peel the longer they store.

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5 of 5 May 25, 2020
Reviewer: Kevin Boyle from Hicksville, NY United States  


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5 of 5 July 2, 2019
Reviewer: mary underwood from Waterloo, NY United States  
Great scapes, wonderful flavor, have yet to dig the bulbs.

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5 of 5 Organic Red Rezan Garlic (Hardneck) June 24, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from pierre, SD United States  
These grew and appear to be doing OK.  There was some hail damage June 19 but still upright. I gave them some fish emulsion bc I saw Petra's video where she mentioned that.

Scapes: Saw the video but...not clear when to pick and what/where/how to cut off scape to avoid damage to bulbs below.  Need close-up pictures/video.  Also: Could scapes be steamed or stir-fried? (What I do w most veg.)

I've mentioned FS to people who have seen the garden.

PS Don't use my NAME or location online or in print.

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5 of 5 cant wait to try them June 18, 2018
Reviewer: Eleni Giannakopoulos from Hopewell Junction, NY United States  
grew them last year and loved them so cant wait

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5 of 5 Garlic June 20, 2016
Reviewer: Cheryl Barton from Ithaca, NY United States  
The garlic looks good so far.  Harvest is a ways off but I'm eager to see the final results.

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