Very Rare. This Rocambole garlic came to South West with the early Spanish settlers in the mountain valleys of northern New Mexico. We found this garlic growing wild (naturalized) along the “acequia” (irrigation ditch) in our small village at 8,000 ft in the Sangre de Cristo mountains. In 2001, the postmistress in Chamisal told us that garlic had been growing there since her grandfather was a boy. We went to look in early summer and found it covering several thousand square feet. Today, its bulbs reach up to 3 inches.