Softneck garlic varieties generally produce higher yields of smaller cloves than hardneck varieties. Softnecks tend to be the better option for Southern growers. They mature quicker than hardneck varieties. Softneck varieties tend to store better than hardneck varieties as well. This garlic comes in a variety of taste; spicy, sweet, pungent; and colors; purple, red, brown, white. You won't find this type of garlic at your local grocery store!
It is a medium, easy to grow softneck, with a nice mild flavor and excellent storage ability.
A mix of our three favorite garlic for home gardens.
Mild French has delicious flavor gaining more heat the farther North it is grown. A very long storing garlic up to 1 year!
Nootka Rose garlic was created on a farm in Washington State. The cloves have a dark coloration, typically brown with red streaks.
Another vigorous member of the Artichoke family, the Red Toch variety produces 12 to 18 cloves in a typical bulb.