Where Can I Get Garlic Seed In South Africa

What is a Garlic Seed?

For the home gardener or farmer, the term “garlic seed” is usually used to describe garlic cloves or bulbils harvested from the previous growing season to plant the next year’s crop.

Where Can I Get Garlic Seed In South Africa?

Garlic Growers and Seed Sales

Address: 32 Waterval Road, Waterval Plots, Krugersdorp, 1739, South Africa

Areas served: Southern Africa and nearby areas

Hours: Open 24 hours

Phone: +27 83 227 3447

Graceland Garlic Seed

Address: 4 Mac Phail St, Petersfield, Springs, 1559, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5 pm

Phone: +27 82 332 2600

Limagrain Zaad South Africa

Address: Unnamed Rd, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5 pm

Phone: +27 79 079 5994

Where does South Africa get garlic from?

During this process of irradiation the plants do get killed off therefore no future growing ability. Most garlic sold in shops in South Africa are imported from the east and to a lesser extent South America.

Is garlic profitable to grow in South Africa?

There is a rising global demand for garlic and the garlic landscape in South Africa looks promising. Garlic prices are soaring in supermarkets, and it looks like it will stay that way for the foreseeable future.

How long does garlic take to grow in South Africa?

It takes 25 to 30 weeks for garlic to be mature. The leaves will begin to turn yellow and die back. When at least 50% of the leaves have turned brown, check one to see if it is ready. (You should see the cloves bulging through the papery covering.)