Garlic will not be available to ship until September.
This softneck variety is indigenous to the western regions of the Republic of Georgia. It was collected in 1982 at an elevation of 820 feet near the village of Simonetti. It was introduced into the United States by Philip Simon, an internationally recognized geneticist. Unlike other artichokes, this variety is able to adapt to many different climate zones, and is productive in poor soils. In rich soils it will produce exceptionally large bulbs. The flavor is mild, but quite good.
One bag of garlic weighs approximately 4 oz.
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