Originally from Eastern Europe Duganski is unique among garlics. Growth is slow at first but Duganski makes up the difference late in the season, maturing about 2 weeks later than Music.
Each bulb produces a whopping 7-10 cloves, plus overwinter survival is unmatched, making multiplication extremely rapid.
Outside skin colors range from white with light purple accents to deep purple, this depends on the soil type and season.
Leaves are narrow and the first couple grow flat along the ground. As the stem lengthens new leaves point skyward at a 45 degree angle.
Taste is full of flavor with an ample bite when eaten raw. With all that's going for it, Duganski is one of our favorites to eat and grow.