Allium ampeloprasum Hardneck
A Nichols introduction. A huge variety producing bulbs weighing up to one pound or more. Delicious in salads, stews and soups because of its slightly milder flavor.
Elephant Garlic is hardy and can be fall planted in most parts of the country to produce enormous yields next summer. Must be winter mulched in extreme temperatures. It was at Nichols Garden Nursery in 1950 that Elephant Garlic was first grown commercially and introduced to American gardeners. We named it “Elephant Garlic.”
5 lb. of Elephant Garlic will plant a 30 to 40 foot row when cloves are spaced 6 to 8" apart. For orders over 50 lbs. please contact us for pricing and details. 1 800 422-3985.
Elephant Garlic is an ideal crop for the small acreage owner seeking a second income, giving frequent yields of more than 5 tons an acre. With all orders of Elephant Garlic, we include a manual, “Growing, Selling & Mail Order Marketing of Elephant Garlic”.
GARLIC IS NOT SHIPPED OUTSIDE THE CONTINENTAL U.S.