From Avram Drucker’s breeding work at Garlicana Farm.
Massive clubs came up last time I dug them, so I'm hopeful this year with my couple hundred. Upright architecture, very broad leaves collect sunlight like it's their job (which it is, of course). A workhorse garlic. It scapes out much later than other hardnecks (it had barely started as I'd finished the tail end of others' harvest). Also a late one for bulb harvest - I got it in early August last time. Avram has sung its praises to me from his volcanic soils in the west- and I can confirm it did wonderfully in northeast sandy loam amended with cow manure. Seems likely to become a favorite.