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Red Rezan Garlic



The skin of Red Rezan Garlic bulbs has purple blushes.

Inside, there will be 6 to 8 cloves that have strong flavour without any sharpness or excessive heat.

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

History Notes

Some sources say Red Rezan Garlic originated in Russia, south of Moscow.

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Porcelain Garlic

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