- Hot, sharp flavor
- Softneck, artichoke type
- Stores well
- Discovered in Romania in the 1990s
- Approx. 10-14 cloves per bulb
A true garlic-lover's garlic! Transylvanian Garlic produces large bulbs with lots of heat and a sharp flavor that's sure to spice up recipes. Discovered in Romania in the 1990s, this early-season, artichoke-type, softneck garlic has creamy white skins with a trace of purple. It stores well, so you can enjoy homegrown garlic for months. Can be planted in the spring or the fall. Is ready for harvest in late summer. Dig the bulbs when the tops are completely brown and dried. The tops can be left on and braided into ropes for storage and decorations. Approx. 10-14 cloves per bulb.