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Corsican Red - whole bulbs, 1/2 lb bag **DOWN TO SMALL BULBS**
Brought back from Corsica by Walt and Liv Lyons. A beautiful artichoke softneck with reds and purples. Very different from the usual artichokes. Grows well in cold and warm climates. When eaten raw it has a slight bite but not overbearing. Certified Organic US/W/N/NW/S
Posted by Emory Dotson on 30th Nov 2016
the product was shipped as advertised and was in the appropriate condition
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Sep 2016
ANOTHER GREAT LOOKING SUPPLY OF CORSICAN RED, WHICH IS PERFECT FOR US HERE IN THE COMFORT, TEXAS AREA. I AM ALSO RE-TRYING INCHILlIUM (sp.)RED AS IT WAS MY #2 CHOICE A FEW YEARS BACK. I'LL PLANT AS DEEP INTO OCTOBER AS POSSIBLE.
THIS IS A GREAT COMPANY, WITH A SOLID AND HELPFUL KNOWLEDGE OF THEIR PRODUCT.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Oct 2015
I always purchase organic because of health issues in my family. Bulb looks healthy and I am hoping for a great harvest next year.
Posted by Rob on 30th Oct 2013
I have just planted the garlic, but I am very impressed with the quality provided. I am looking forward to the harvest with great expectations! Quick shipment and no hassles.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Oct 2013
I have never seen garlic so nice. I have it in the ground, and hope my crop looks like what was sent to me.
Posted by Bob Lavato...Comfort,Texas on 18th Sep 2013
I have tried 5 different garlics over the past 4 years. I have settled on Corsican Red for this area as it always comes out as the best. I have been more than satisfied with the product as received, as well as the service.
However this year's shipment does not appear up to par as there were some rotted cloves in the bulbs as well as most of the bulbs appearing somewhat old, dark and dried out as compared to all past shipments.
I am assuming this is a one time thing and I can look forward to a return to first class+ bulbs in the future.
Posted by Ted on 8th Oct 2012
Hard to rate 'til I eat one. But they are in the ground and looked healthy on arrival.
Posted by Unknown on 1st Oct 2012
Two years ago I tried five (5) different types of garlic in this area of Texas which has very HOT and Dry summers. Last summer I narrowed it down to Inchellium Red and Corsican Red. Both did well, but the Corsican did somewhat better. Both kept fairly well. This year I am sticking to the Corsican, but may may add another trial for next year's planting.
P.S. Great service and an excellent company to do business with.
Posted by Unknown on 29th Sep 2012
I've raised this garlic for several years. It's a reliable producer with large cloves and good in storage.