garlic 'Elephant Garlic'

elephant garlic cloves

2 cloves £4.99 £3.99 Buy
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  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: any soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Elephant garlic is a great addition to any herbaceous border or vegetable bed. Each bulb is approximately 5-6 inches across and a single clove of elephant garlic can be as large as a whole bulb of ordinary garlic. Closely related to the leek the elephant garlic has a much milder flavour, much sweeter than ordinary garlic.

  • Garden care:
    Plant from November to early march (if frost permits). Space the cloves 15cm apart in rows 30cm apart. If you plant in the autumn, your garlic will probably produce larger cloves than those planted later in winter or spring. Uproot as soon as the leaves start to fade and dry the bulbs before use.

garlic 'Marco'

garlic

A strong flavoured variety

£1.99 Buy

onion 'Radar'

onion sets

Good resistance to bolting

£1.79 Buy

Raised bed - extension kit

Raised bed - extension kit

Double the size of your raised bed

£26.99 Buy

spring onion 'White Lisbon'

spring onion

Tall, pure white skinned stems

£1.49 Buy

leek 'Blue Solaise'

leek

An heirloom French variety

£1.49 Buy

Mini raised bed

Mini raised bed

A smaller version of our very popular grow bed

£22.99 Buy

Raised bed

Raised bed

Made of recycled plastic these beds are perfect for raising a wide range of veg

£24.99 Buy

onion 'Sturon'

onion sets

A flavourful variety

£1.99 Buy

shallot 'Longor' (PBR)

banana shallot sets

Elongated, banana-shaped shallots

£2.99 Buy
 

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    How do I get rid of gnats?

    We are having a wedding in our garden and need to eliminate gnats. We have a small pond, which doesn't help but we really don't want to get rid of it. There will not be room to have citronella flares. Is there anything we can plant? Thank you
    Asked on 6/29/2009 by Christopher Robinson

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    • A:

      Hello there, One of the nicest things to plant that will help to discourage gnats and flying menaces is lemon verbena or Lippia Citriodora. This is a wonderful plant with pretty white flowers in summer but the real attraction is its lemon scented leaves which discourage flies. It is a slightly tender plant though that needs some shelter over winter. Other plants include garlic or garlic chives, Chamomile, Artemesia, Pyrethrum and Feverfew. I hope this gives you a few ideas. Helen Plant Doctor

      Answered on 7/4/2009 by Crocus Helpdesk
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