Hard-neck garlic

Joined Nov 15, 2012
I have limited experience with these, but that experience has been that they are stronger, and bitter if raw of lightly cooked. Is this typical?
Joined Oct 31, 2012
I think it depends on what variety they are. I don't remember the details but at the last local garlic festival all the farmers had lots of different varieties like Rocambole and others and they all had different qualities.
Joined Jul 13, 2012
Hard-neck is stronger and the oil is very sticky. It lasts much longer than soft-neck. It's my favorite type and it's time to get it in the ground. I usually plant 220 and last year got 195 back. The year before was 100% return - a record around here. As for the different varieties some are spicier than others. Mine has been so mixed together it's like a box of chocolates - I have no clue other than the German red.

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