Purple Pehoski is an extremely flavorful member of the Purple Stripe family. It can vary quite a bit from 5-10+ cloves in each bulb.
When roasted, Purple Pehoski produces earthier flavors than many other types of garlic which get sweeter.
Grown by Midwest Heirloom Garlic — a farm in Afton, Minnesota (Zone 4b).
Stores up to 4-6 months.
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Plant at least 8" apart from other plants in late fall. Cover with straw through the winter. Harvest the following summer.
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Better ingredients mean better food! Hardneck garlic varieties like Chesnok Red, German Hardy, and Purple Pehoski are more flavorful options than your typical grocery store garlic.
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