Garlic ‘Italian Late’ Softneck Artichoke

Description

Mid-season, Artichoke type. This popular softneck variety is one of the best-tasting and most pungent cooking types. All of the best qualities of garlic are bred into this cultivar. Can be stored for 6–9 months after harvest. Photo courtesy of Territorial Seed.
Care: Plant 6-8″ apart, 1-2″ deep. Harvest when all but 3-4 leaves turn dry and brown (usually July). Hang to dry in cool, shady, ventilated area for 2 weeks, then store in a cool dark location.

Mid-season, Artichoke type. This popular softneck variety is one of the best-tasting and most pungent cooking types. All of the best qualities of garlic are bred into this cultivar. Can be stored for 6–9 months after harvest. Photo courtesy of Territorial Seed.
Care: Plant 6-8″ apart, 1-2″ deep. Harvest when all but 3-4 leaves turn dry and brown (usually July). Hang to dry in cool, shady, ventilated area for 2 weeks, then store in a cool dark location.