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Marbled Purple Stripe Seed Garlic

Marbled Purple Stripe strains have become very popular with Filaree customers in recent years.  They stand apart from other Purple Stripe varieties with their symmetrical clove structure; 4-7 plump cloves are clearly defined without breaking apart the bulb.  Easy-to-peel clove wrappers are a pleasure in the kitchen. These are our favorite strains for roasted garlic! Beautiful purple and chestnut clove wrappers, mottled purple bulb wrappers.

Approx 55 cloves per pound and stores approx 4-6 months



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Plants upright and broader leaved than others. Large bulbil capsule and bulbils. Bulbs nicely colored and very firm. 5-8 large and fat cloves with blushed and lined skins. Long storing. Easy to peel makes this a favorite in the kitchen. One of our favorites for a beautiful roasted garlic. All Marbled Purple Stripes do well in cold climates, but we hear from customers that this one does well in warm climates as well.

Our price: $8.50

This is the standard commercial garlic grown throughout British Columbia. There are two strains referred to as "Russian Red", one is a true Rocambole and the other a Marbled Purple stripe. This strain is often mistakenly called a Rocambole by growers. It does have a flavor similar to Rocamboles in its complexity. Beautiful purple bulb wrappers. Clove wrappers are brown and purple. This strain produces large bulbs that are easy to peel and store very well .


Our price: $22.00

Early emerging, early maturing acquisition from Beltsville, Maryland Agricultural Station. First Purple Stripe to send up a seed stalk.

Our price: $8.50

Very unique rich colored garlic. 2 to 4 large cloves set in a satin finish of purple. Becoming very popular. From Pskem River Valley, Uzbekistan by John Swenson.

Our price: $14.00

A beautiful new marbled purple stripe. This variety was grown for generations in rural Lithuania and came to us from a customer (remind us who you are!) from her grandmother Danute. Most bulbs have 6 cloves and a deep purple coloration.

We have sold our expected yield. If you email us, we can put you on a Wish List in case harvest exceeds our conservative projection.

Our price: $8.50

This garlic is mild and creamy baked, good in mashed potatoes. It also has a nice flavor raw with the heat easing into a burst of flavor. Collected from Khabarofsk, Siberia by Alaskan grower Bob Ellis.

Our price: $8.50

Dark green foliage. One of the first Purple Stripes to emerge.

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Few cloves, with dark purple-brown clove colors. Flower stalks sometimes red tinged. One of our longest storing Marbled Purple Stripes.

Our price: $8.50

From the Czech collection of New York grower, Dr. Boris Andrst. Retains garlic flavor when baked. Very spicy raw with the heat building quickly.

Our price: $8.50

From Siberian Botanical Garden. Mild and smooth with good garlic taste when baked. Raw, the heat grabs you!

Our price: $8.50
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