Garlic ‘Estonian Red’

kr 99,00 inkl.mva

We have material from this, but are awaiting the process of new plant health regulations in order to be able to import it again if possible. Feel free to register your interest, but this will probably not be clarified until 2025 at the earliest.

SKU: Garlic-EstonianRed Category:


This accession originates from the network of the association KVANN, but it is uncertain whether it has been imported with a plant health certificate, which is a requirement according to the current plant health regulations.

We understand and very much agree with the plant health considerations, but think we need to get a better system because imports via travelling or the Internet take place on a large scale and pose a great danger of introducing pests. At the same time, we need as many species and varieties as possible to build the ecologically based food security system of the future. Therefore, in the autumn of 2023, we have taken the initiative for the (plant health) website. Read more here.


Good cultivar, often with very large bulbs.


Allium sativum L.



Garlic evolved in central Asia, and is found in two main groups:

  • hardneck which forms top sets
  • softneck which does not form a top sets, but often one or more “intermediate sets” in the middle of the stem if the plant is allowed to stand for a long time

Wikipedia writes (as of Nov-23) that hardneck is an accepted botanical variety, but according to GBIF it is now included under Allium sativum L., and the name Allium sativum var. ophioscorodon (Link) Döll has synonym status. That softneck is considered an accepted variety is, however, correct: Allium sativum var. sativum L. The article further mentions Allium longicuspis Regel as the wild form, but it is now also included under Allium sativum L.

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