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Garlic

Garlic is so easy to grow, it's almost plant it and forget it!  Garlic "seeds" are actually the cloves of garlic, planted in the fall and harvested as full heads the following spring or early summer.  All of our heirloom organic garlic varieties are excellent, and you will be amazed at the difference between any of them and store-bought garlic.

 

  • Purple Glazer Garlic - Oct Delivery

    Purple Glazer is one of the most interestingly colored garlics, with a unique deep purple color.  It forms large firm heads and has a spicy flavor.  It will keep well for approximately 4 months.  minimum of 3 ounces. FREE SHIPPING ON...

    $12.00
  • Polish White Garlic - Oct Delivery

    Polish White was one of our favorite garlics from our garlic trials.  A wonderful softneck garlic, with large, white cloves, a great medium garlic flavor when cooked, and mild when eaten raw.  Adapted to New York state, it is one of the few...

    $12.00
  • Sicilian Artichoke Garlic - Oct Delivery

    This garlic hails from Sicily.  It is hot when eaten raw, but turns smooth and flavorful when cooked.  A great choice for Italian tomato sauces.  minimum of 3 ounces. FREE SHIPPING SORRY, WE CANNOT SHIP GARLIC TO CANADA

    $12.00
  • Music Garlic - Oct Delivery

    Music is one of the earliest garlic varieties.  It has large cloves that are easy to peel, making it perfect for cooking as you don't need to peel as many cloves as with other varieties.  It is a porcelain garlic, which means it has a...

    $12.00
  • Nootka Rose Garlic - Oct Delivery

    Nootka Rose is a beautiful soft neck garlic originating from San Juan Island off of Washington state.  Each clove is surrounded in a deep mahogany skin, covered in white paper.  A silverskin garlic, it is one of the best keepers, keeping 10-12...

    $12.00