Creole hardneck variety. Cultivated at U.C. Davis by Oregonian, Horace Shaw. As its name implies, Burgundy has beautiful crimson colored clove skins. Creoles are a Silverskin (softneck) sub-variety, which attributes to its great storage quality: the longest storage life of all the hardnecks. But their flavor is much more palatable than the Silverskin horticultural group. If stored properly, Creoles can be quite productive when planted in the spring.8-12 cloves per bulb. 42-50 cloves per pound. Mid harvest. Stores 6 – 7 months. [Medium] Recommended for Zones 5-10.
8 oz: $13.25. Sorry sold out for the 2022 Garlic planting season.