100pcs Purple Garlic Seeds For Healthy Cooking


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100pcs Sterilized Purple Garlic Bulbs Nutritious Onion Vegetable Seasoning For Culinary Enthusiasts

Immerse yourself in the joy of gardening with our 100pcs Sterilized Purple Garlic Bulbs. These succulent plants are perfect for Taurus star signs and are so easy to cultivate, even a novice gardener can successfully grow them. As perennial plants, they will grace your outdoor garden or courtyard throughout the year in temperate climates. These nutritious bulbs are more than just a beautiful addition to your mini garden; they also offer a refreshing aroma that permeates your outdoor space.

Our Purple Garlic Bulbs are available in various sizes, from mini to large, allowing you to curate a garden that suits your aesthetic. But these plants are not just about looks; they’re a culinary enthusiast’s dream. The distinctive flavor of the purple garlic adds depth and richness to your dishes, making them a must-have kitchen seasoning. They provide a healthy alternative to regular onions, bolstering your meals with an extra layer of nutrition.

Embrace the charm of these purple garlic bulbs and turn your garden into a vibrant, aromatic, and nutritious haven.

How to Plant 100pcs Purple Garlic Seeds For Healthy Cooking:

1. Choose a sunny location in your garden and prepare the soil by removing weeds and rocks.
2. Dig small holes about 2 inches deep and 4 inches apart.
3. Place a garlic seed in each hole with the pointed end facing upward.
4. Cover the seeds with soil and water them gently.
5. Garlic plants love sun, so make sure they get at least 6 hours of sunlight each day.
6. Water them regularly, but ensure the soil is well-drained to prevent water-logging.
7. Watch as your garlic plants grow and enjoy the fruits of your labor in your cooking.

Planting Essentials:

  • Latin Name: Allium Sativum
  • Planting Season: Spring
  • Germination Rate: Approximately 90%
  • Grown Plant Size: Can grow up to 2 feet tall
  • Time to Maturity: Around 90 days
  • Soil Type: Prefers well-drained soil
  • Watering: Regular watering, but be careful to not waterlog the soil
  • Sunlight: Full sun, at least 6 hours each day
  • Uses: Culinary ingredient, garden decoration, health benefits
  • Deer Resistance: Deer tend not to eat garlic plants
  • Pest and Disease Resistance: Naturally resistant to most pests and diseases
  • Spacing Requirements: 4 inches apart
  • Companion Plants: Roses, Carrots, Beets, and Chamomile
  • Harvesting Instructions: Harvest when the lower leaves start to brown. Carefully pull from the ground, do not tug.

Additional information

Full-bloom Period



Succulent Plants

Applicable Constellation




Cultivating Difficulty Degree

Very Easy




Mini Garden


Outdoor Plants