Garlic Maddock Wight Seed – 2 or 4 Bulbs (Softneck)

£4.75£15.49

Discover the premium Garlic Maddock Wight Seed, a large, fat white garlic with purple stripes. Originating from Cordoba, Spain, this Allium sativum (Softneck) variety is perfect for UK gardens. Ideal for planting from September to January and harvesting from May to July, it offers excellent flavour and large cloves, perfect with ripe tomatoes.

Shipping starts in late October– order now to bring this exceptional garlic to your garden.

IMPORTANT – Your order will be shipped as one so if you order additional items they will not be shipped into your garlic is ready to be shipped.

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Garlic Maddock Wight Seed – 2 or 4 Bulbs (Softneck)

Enhance your garden and culinary creations with Garlic Maddock Wight Seed, a premium Allium sativum (Softneck) variety. Originating from the classic white garlic of Cordoba, near Seville in south-west Spain, this garlic is perfectly suited for UK conditions and has a rich historical background.

Key Features:

  • Horticultural Group: Artichoke
  • Origin: Cordoba, South West Spain
  • Cloves per Bulb: 8 – 14 (estimated)
  • Expected Bulb Size: 50 – 70mm (estimated)
  • Planting Season: September to January
  • Harvest Time: May to July
  • Flavour Profile: Excellent all-round garlic with large cloves, perfect with ripe tomatoes

Growing Instructions:

Garlic Maddock Wight thrives in well-drained soil with full sun exposure. Plant the cloves 20-40mm deep, 12 to 15cm apart, in rows 30 to 45cm apart, with the root down and pointed end up. Ensure the soil is kept moist but not waterlogged. As the bulbs swell, they may turn purple when grown close to the surface. Harvest from May to July when the bulbs are fully mature and the leaves start to yellow. Carefully dig under the plants with a fork or spade, lift the garlic, and hang or place in trays in a warm, dry place with good air circulation.

Benefits:

  • Versatile Culinary Use: Adds excellent flavour to a variety of dishes, especially with ripe tomatoes.
  • Historical Significance: A classic white garlic with a rich history, likely grown in the UK since Roman times.
  • Aesthetic Appeal: Large, fat white bulbs with purple stripes, adding visual interest to your garden.
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Bulb Qty

1, 2, 4