Turban hardneck variety. Originating from a market in Bangkok then made its way into the U.S. via British Columbia. Thai Fire is extremely adaptable and can grow in diverse climates, ranging from mild, warm winters, to cold, wet winters. Turbans are a sub-species of the Artichoke group; they are weak bolting and sometimes produce a weak scape, resembling a softneck. The outer skin has the beautiful silky white and rich lavender stripes. 6 - 8 cloves per bulb. 38 - 48 cloves per pound. Early harvest. Stores 6 - 7 months. Hot.
8 oz: $13.00.
1 lb: $22.00.