Origin: Central Asia (centered in Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan)
Common garlic, botanically known as Allium Sativum, is the name dedicated to many soft-neck, artichoke varieties that are commonly found in commercial markets. Prized for its distinct, mild allium scent and taste, Garlic has long been used by a variety of cultures such as Greek, Italian, Chinese, Egyptian and European.
Color and texture: Each clove of garlic is encased in its individual wrapper, and the bulb itself has layers of thin, flakey wrappers to protect the cloves
Seeds: Our organic seeds are grown in Longiano, Italy
Nutritional information: Common garlic is rich in vitamin C, vitamin B6, and manganese. It also contains some calcium and phosphorus.