One of the most unique garlics we offer. Siberian is prized for it's delicate and subtle garlic flavor when cooked and for it's high allicin content, the highest of all garlic varieties. It's from the purple stripe family which has higher sugar content so tends to caramelize nicely when baked or roasted. It's origins are from Europe and is reported in Alaska in the 19th century where it was traded off the docks by fishermen. We prefer to eat Siberian raw for medicinal purposes or make a strong garlic broth when sick.
Moderate storage life, smaller heads, 4-8 cloves in a bulb. Grows well in cold climates.
Very limited quantities available.