- Porcelain garlic
- Plump cloves
- Balanced slightly sweet and spicey flavor
Georgia Fire is a hardneck, super hardy garlic that produces well in northern climates. Originally from Cichisdzhvari in the Central Republic of Georgia, this heirloom is a favorite among experienced garlic growers. Medium sized heads have about 5 large cloves per head.
How to grow it:
Plant individual cloves in fall, Sept-Nov, 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 protected from direct sunlight.
Quantities are per pound.