Very large heads with large, easy to peel cloves- 12 to 18 per head. Purple, red, and white striped wrappers. Also known as Tochliavri in the Republic of Georgia where it is from. Rich and musky, yet mild flavor.
How to grow it:
Plant individual cloves in fall, Sept-Oct, root side down, about 2 inches deep. Cover with straw mulch to help protect cloves from deep freezes. Harvest when leaves begin to dry down, around mid-July. Hang to let cure for 2-4 weeks in a covered location.