Artichoke Garlic

Arichoke garlic is named for how the cloves are organized inside the bulb, which seems to be the layered design of an artichoke. They need to cloves of different sizes. The plants will generally be on the more limited side with wide flat leaves and no scape, which makes them less work than hardneck garlics.

They can be twisted or managed for long haul stockpiling. They are one of the longest putting away garlics with a capacity of between 8 months & a year. Artichokes can have great blessing, but are for the most part viewed as having a less complicated taste than other family gatherings.

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