Tags: Heirloom

Growing Practices: No Pesticides No Herbicides No Fungicides No Synthetic Fertilizers

Latin Name: Allium Sativum


A nicely striped, pretty, early, warm weather adapted Turban hardneck that sizes up well all across the south from Jacksonville to San Diego. Named for the Sonoran desert of Arizona and Sonora, Mexico. Medium heat and great garlicky flavor.

Approximately 80 cloves per pound.

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    when can i order Sonoran garlic ?? i live in chino valley az. zone 7 ... thanks

    Posted by john poplaski on 04/29/2021

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    When can I order your Sonoran Garlic? I usually plant in September in Maricopa County, AZ.

    Posted by Michael Wunder on 07/16/2018

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1 Pound $16.00


Forever Yong Farm

Amado, AZ, United States (Zone 8)
Established in 1997
6.00 acres in production

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