Artichoke Garlic, a softneck variety, is so named because the overlapping clove configuration
around the bulb resembles an artichoke. The plants are vigorous and the bulbs are large.
These garlics usually do not produce a seedhead, but may produce bulbils which will
protrude from the lower part of the stem. Generally, Artichoke Garlics have 12-20 mildly
flavored cloves. The mild flavor makes them a favorite of individuals who enjoy eating raw
garlic. With some strains, the flavor may be intensified by cold winter growing. One pound
of bulbs averages 80 plants. OUR HEIRLOOM GARLIC IS SOURCED IN THE OKANOGAN VALLEY OF WASINGTON STATE. For growing instructions, click here