Allium sativum

Botanical Name: Allium sativum

Common Name(s): Garlic

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Description:

A perennial plant, consisting of a clump of flat leaves, round pinkish flowerheads and a compound bulb divided into cloves, each covered in a white or mottled purple, parchment-like skin. It is a close relative of the onion.

Family: Aliaceae

Botanical Pronunciation: AL-ee-um sun-TYE-vum

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Deciduous
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Frost Sensitive
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Non Indigenous
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Full Sun
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Moderate Watering
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Pruning Required

Flowers

Description:
The plant has round pinkish flowerheads.


Foliage

Description:
A perennial plant, consisting of a clump of flat leaves.


Harvest

Once the flowers have died down and the foliage starts drying out, the bulbs are ready to be lifted, usually about eight to nine months from planting.

Interesting Info

Garlic is a close relative of the onion.

Origin

Eurasia, Siberia and North America.

Planting Instructions

Press individual cloves 30mm deep into well-prepared soil and space them about 80mm apart.

Propagation

Propagate from cloves planted in autumn and winter.

Size

600mm *

Soil Conditions

This plant relies on well-prepared soil.

Storage Organ

Uses

The bulb is widely used for flavouring salads and meat dishes, and in Mediterranean and Indian cooking.

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