Scotland is the unlikely source for a specialist variety of garlic aimed at the gourmet market. Seed potato grower Glen Allingham, who farms east of Inverness, is optimistic about initial trials of a hard neck variety that is far closer to strains of the original wild garlic and expects to be able to offer it to multiples within two years. He has set up the Really Garlicky Company to market the two tonne crop locally until December. He plans to increase the half acre plot fo four acres next year. The variety, called Music, is juicier than the traditional soft neck varieties grown commercially in countries such as France, Spain and China. It is already successfully grown in Canada. {{M/E FRESH PRODUCE }}