The Garlic

Garlic belongs to the garlic family that the onion belongs to. The origin of the garlic is in Central Asia. It can grow better in moist, fertile soils and sunny areas.
Garlic has many species, but the most famous and used type up to a maximum length of 91.4 centimeters, and garlic leaves are similar to the leaves of the plant shallots, as they are long and flat, and there are garlic cloves wrapped around the bottom of the plant and the number of between 4-60 cloves, and covered with membrane Similar to paper, in addition to the garlic plant has a strong smell when cut, it also has a pungent taste and is used frequently in cooking, and garlic cloves and leaves are considered parts of the plant that can be eaten, and can be used for seasoning foods, and for therapeutic purposes