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Green garlic are immature garlic plants that are harvested before they begin to form mature bulbs or cloves. Green garlic range in height from eight to eighteen inches producing thin, green stalks and small, cylindrical to globular white bulbs. The bulb size will vary depending upon variety, and by how mature, the garlic is allowed to grow before harvesting. Green garlic has a bright, piquant garlic aroma and flavor and a succulent firm texture. When selecting Green garlic, avoid stems that are bruised or wilted significantly and look for bunches that have dark green leaves, long white, pink, purple bases, and roots that are still intact.
Green garlic is available for a brief period, from late spring through early summer.
Green garlic is simply young garlic that is harvested prior to reaching maturity. Also known as Spring garlic, New garlic and in France as Ail Frais, Green garlic is botanically a part of Allium Sativum and a member of the lily family along with chives, shallots and onions. Garlic is the common name dedicated to hundreds of varieties which can be classified as hardneck or softneck type, both of which can produce Green garlic.