Creole Garlic

The Creole family is generally considered to be a group of garlic well suited for warm, more southern climates. They are tolerant of hot spring weather and dry conditions. In cooler climates like Canada, they can still be grown successfully and are a wonderful addition to any garlic patch. 

In North America, Creole varieties do not play a significant role in large-scale commercial production, however, due to their wonderfully sweet flavour that is unique to this family and long storage qualities, they are a perfect option for gardeners and small-scale growers.