Mild French Softneck Planting Garlic

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Mild French Softneck Planting Garlic

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A milder garlic for more subtle flavoring in dishes that require that. Excellent for use in salads and dressings raw. Nice in garlic mashed potatoes or try in a gourmet grilled cheese sandwich.

As with many silverskins its bulb wrappers are thick and creamy white. The cloves; however, are a beautiful mahogony color with elongated tips. Bulbs can become large for a silverskin and contain 15 or more cloves.

Mild French makes an excellent braider and has a taste as bold as its looks. It has the full flavored musky character typical of Silverskins yet with only moderate pungency (hotness) during the fall and full flavored in the winter but as time passes it gets hotter so that in the spring it is quite hot and strong.

Silverskins are the last garlics to mature and be harvested (July to August even in the south) and Mild French is one of the first Silverskins to be harvested. Growing late harvesting, long storing silverskins as well as early harvesting, shorter storing Artichokes, Asiatics or Turbans may mean you never run out of good garlic. It should grow well over most of the south but probably "iffy" along the gulf coast.

Garlic used for seed is generally 2" or greater, while eating garlic can be any size. 

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Dirt Goddess Garlic Farm is proud to be Certified Naturally Grown! This means we grow our garlic using only organic methods. No chemical fertilizers, no pesticides, no herbicides.

Only good old fashioned Mother Nature and lots of hard work!