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Israeli Garlic



Israeli Garlic is a variety name. It has large bulbs with white skin with purple flushes.

There are up to 10 cloves per bulb.

Does well in warmer climates.

Midseason harvest.

The garlic belongs to the Rocambole sub-group of hardneck garlics.



History Notes

Israeli Garlic was developed in Israel.

Rocambole Garlic

Baba Franchuk's Rocambole Garlic; Dan's Italian Rocambole Garlic; French Red Asian Garlic; French Red Garlic; German Red Rocambole Garlic; Hokkaido Zai Tai Rocambole Garlic; Israeli Garlic; Italian Purple Rocambole Garlic; Kiev Rocambole Garlic; Killarney Red Rocambole Garlic; Korean Purple Rocambole Garlic; Legacy Garlic; Marino Garlic; Montana Giant Rocambole Garlic; Morado Gigante Garlic; Mountain Rocambole Garlic; Polish Rocambole Garlic; Purple Max Rocambole Garlic; Puslinch Rocambole Garlic; Rocambole Garlics; Russian Red Rocambole Garlic; Spanish Roja Rocambole Garlic; Temptress Rocambole Garlic; Yerina Garlic; Yugoslavian Rocambole Garlic

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Israeli Garlic." CooksInfo.com. Published 12 June 2005; revised 26 June 2009. Web. Accessed 07/24/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/israeli-garlic>.

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