The only garlic variety that I did not replant was the Deerfield purple. It just did not grow well in this garden. I am not sure if it was the soil, climate, or user error but I only got a few small heads from this variety.
I have again created a map showing what variety was planted where. This proved very useful last year when harvested. With out a map I would surely confuse what variety I planted where. I am no garlic expert. While it is easy to tell a hardneck from a softneck, I can barely tell much after that.
From the garlic I grew last year I can tell a huge difference in how well they store. The California Softneck and Pioneer Softnecks stay good and ready to use for a long time. I cannot say that about all the others. I have many I have thrown out since they just do not look really good anymore.