Description

Porcelain hardneck variety. Originated from Cichisdzhvari in the central Republic of Georgia, this cultivar is tolerant of cold winter climates. It contains a high content of the sulfur compound allicin, which has anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and powerful antioxidant properties. The high allicin content makes the flavor more sulfurous and hot. Teardrop shaped bulbs with extra-large cloves. The bulb skin wrappers may flaunt a hint of pink or gold. 5 – 9 cloves per bulb. 30 – 45 cloves per pound. Mid harvest. Stores 5 months. Recommended for Zones 1-7. Hottest.
Please note: All Georgia Fire garlic ordered now will be shipped starting in the forth week of September, 2022.

8 oz: $13.75. Sorry sold out for the 2022 Garlic planting season.