Black Garlic Seeds Pack 100pcs

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Organic Black Garlic Seeds 100pcs For Indooroutdoor Cultivation High Germination Rate Healthy Culinary Use

Discover the joy of home gardening with our Organic Black Garlic Seeds! This pack contains 100 high-germination rate seeds, perfect for both indoor and outdoor cultivation. Grown with care and harvested to ensure the best quality, our Black Garlic Seeds are the perfect choice for both novice and experienced gardeners.

Black garlic is known for its unique, sweet flavor, and its health benefits are widely recognized. It can enhance your culinary creations or be consumed raw for a potent health boost. Our seeds are very easy to cultivate, with an impressive fruiting rate and minimal risk of pests and diseases.

The seeds are versatile, suitable for a variety of climates, and can be planted in your courtyard or even potted for a mini garden setup. The full bloom period is in the autumn, providing a refreshing sight for your home or garden. The seeds are categorized as perennials, promising you a continuous supply of black garlic for years to come.

Experience the satisfaction of growing your own food. Order your Organic Black Garlic Seeds today and start your gardening journey!

How to Plant Black Garlic Seeds Pack 100pcs:

1. Soak the seeds in warm water for 4-6 hours to promote early sprouting.
2. Prepare a pot or a patch of soil for planting.
3. Sow the seeds, covering them with about 1cm of soil.
4. Keep the soil moist, expecting sprouts in 7-8 days.
5. Once the seedlings have 7-8 leaves, they can be transplanted if necessary.
6. Ensure the plants receive ample light and have well-drained soil.
7. Regularly water and fertilize for the best results. Proper pruning can increase the fruit set.

Please note: Product does not include flowerpot or planting pot. Suitable for Pisces constellation.

Planting Essentials:

  • Latin Name: Allium sativum
  • Planting Season: Autumn
  • High Germination Rate: Ensures successful cultivation
  • Grown Plant Size: Depends on care and environment, can range from small to large
  • Time to Maturity: Harvestable in approximately 9 months
  • Soil Type: Prefers well-drained soil
  • Watering: Moderate watering, do not overwater
  • Sunlight: Requires full sun exposure
  • Uses: Can be used in a variety of culinary dishes or consumed raw for health benefits
  • Deer Resistance: Deer tend to avoid garlic plants
  • Pest and Disease Resistance: Garlic has natural resistance to many common pests and diseases
  • Spacing Requirements: Plant seeds 4-6 inches apart in rows 2 feet apart
  • Companion Plants: Pairs well with tomatoes, peppers, and eggplants
  • Harvesting Instructions: Harvest when lower leaves begin to brown and curl
  • Unique Sweet Flavor: Black garlic has a unique, sweet flavor compared to regular garlic
  • Health Benefits: Known for its antioxidant properties and beneficial effects on heart health
  • Easy to Cultivate: Perfect for both novice and experienced gardeners
  • Perennial: Can be harvested continuously for years to come
  • Versatile: Suitable for different climates and can be planted in courtyards or pots
  • Refreshing Sight: Full bloom period is in the autumn, adding beauty to your garden

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Additional information

Cultivating Difficulty Degree

Very Easy

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Variety

Garlic

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Location

Courtyard

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Applicable Constellation

Pisces

Classification

Mini Garden

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Full-bloom Period

Autumn

Function

Refreshing

Style

Perennial

Climate

Temperate

Type

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