The best garlic in terms of overall eating and keeping quality.
November to January planting best but crops well from end March planting.
One of the earliest maturing varieties.
Plant from September to December for best yield.
I have been using these over winter sets for years and have always had good crops even after hard winters. This year I gave sets to fellow plotters and they have had some very good results with a few going to seed after a hot dry Spring. We will be using them again
I have used this variety for years and as long as they are not planted in places where water collects result are good with large bulbs. I recommend.
Having tried spring planting onion without much success I then tried these Autumn planting onion which were the envy of our allotment, large and appear to be storing well.