Generally does best in USDA Zones 3-10. Cured softneck garlic bulbs organized by groups. Softnecks usually have no stiff stem in the middle, so they are best for braiding, though hardnecks can be braided with several techniques. Commonly have at least two layers of cloves.
Late to ripen and to be harvested and very very long storing. A simple taste that is strong and somewhat harsh raw. Best when sauteed to a light brown color. More likely to create bulbils in northern states and non-bolting in southern states. Some plants will fall over a week or two prior to ripening. Storage into summer is common. Around 12-18 cloves per bulb in a few layers.