• Ajo Morado

    Ajo Morado

    This softneck variety, Ajo Morado, is the first garlic to be harvested and ready for consumption in the United States every year. Avaliable the end of April. The variety, along with the fact that it has just been harvested in april will insure that it will last up to 6 months if stored properly. This beautifully creole garlic is stunning. It has an amazing punch for a softneck, full flavored, sweet and mild when cooked. Grown etirely by hand using all organic methods in volcanic soil far from any source of pollution. These babies are the epitomy of health. Our…

  • Ajo Morado - Garlic Braids

    Ajo Morado - Garlic Braids

    This softneck variety, Ajo Morado, is the first garlic to be harvested and ready for consumption in the United States every year. Availiable the end of April it comes beautifully braided in the Mediterranean style which is far more appealing to the eye to the bulky American style. The variety, accompanied with the style of braiding as well as its freshness, insure that it will last up to 10 months if stored properly. The beautifully purple striped garlic is accented by the green and yellow stalks making this an absolutely stunning piece. So pretty in fact, that half of our…

  • Ajo Rojo

    Ajo Rojo

    Ajo Rojo is a beautiful and distinctive garlic with red/burgundy clove wrappers and good storage. It sizes up nicely in warmer growing areas with many bulbs reaching 2" or more diameter. Silky bulb wrappers. Vigorous root system and late harvest for incredibly rich flavor. Hot, sweet, and flavorful! We are Certified Naturally Grown.

  • All Creoles Sampler

    All Creoles Sampler

    One or more bulbs each of some rich Creole garlics such as: Ajo Rojo, Burgundy, Creole Red, Cuban Purple, Labera Purple, Pescadero Red, Spanish Benitee, Native Creole, Rose Du Lautrec, etc. This assortment is for the true warm winter garlic lover who loves the full rich taste and flavor that comes with Creole garlic and who lives in a warm winter area where Creoles thrive.

  • Bavarian Red Garlic

    Bavarian Red Garlic

    Mid-season. If you like strong flavored garlic, grow Bavarian Red-even the aroma has a bite. After eating half of a clove, this taste tester found the heat to build quickly to a volcanic state, made the eyes water, then disappeared just as fast with no aftertaste-almost like that flash you get when eating fresh horseradish. It was so delicious, I kept going back for more! The plants have tall foliage, and produce red-skinned cloves in a single layer around the stem. Develops a tremendous system of roots that gives it excellent stability in hard-winter regions. Stores 9 months to a…

  • Bavarian Red Garlic Organic

    Bavarian Red Garlic Organic

    Mid-season. If you like strong flavored garlic, grow Bavarian Red-even the aroma has a bite. After eating half of a clove, this taste tester found the heat to build quickly to a volcanic state, made the eyes water, then disappeared just as fast with no aftertaste-almost like that flash you get when eating fresh horseradish. It was so delicious, I kept going back for more! The plants have tall foliage, and produce red-skinned cloves in a single layer around the stem. Develops a tremendous system of roots that gives it excellent stability in hard-winter regions. Stores 9 months to a…

  • Cascade Rose Garlic

    Cascade Rose Garlic

    Early-season. Very uniform, large cloves and heads are a perfect pairing with the bright and bold flavor of Cascade Rose. Beautiful white wrappers protect the savory cloves that are blushed in purple. Originating from Kazakhstan, this garlic is quite attractive and is one of the earliest maturing hardnecks. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Chesnok Red Garlic

    Chesnok Red Garlic

    Late-season. Characterized by its beautiful purple stripes, this Middle Eastern hardneck comes to us from Shvelisi, Georgia. One of our best all-around cooking varieties because its full-bodied flavor lingers and is retained after cooking. Especially nice choice for baking as it has a very creamy texture. Easy to peel. Stores 4-6 months. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Chesnok Red Garlic Organic

    Chesnok Red Garlic Organic

    Late season. Characterized by its beautiful purple stripes, this Middle Eastern hardneck comes to us from Shvelisi, Georgia. One of our best all-around cooking varieties because its full-bodied flavor lingers and is retained after cooking. Especially nice choice for baking as it has a very creamy texture. Easy to peel. Stores 4-6 months. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Chesnok Red Hardneck Garlic

    Chesnok Red Hardneck Garlic

    Latin name: Allium sativum GB Cultural info: Spacing 4 / Description: Chesnok Red Hardneck Garlic is a Purple Stripe type of garlic. It comes from Shvelisi, Republic of Georgia. Each bulb averages about 10 cloves and is great for baking. Very versatile - extremely adaptable in both hot and cold climates - predictable grower. This will be drop-shipped to you directly from the supplier. 1/2 pound of certified organic bulbs (30-36 cloves). Sorry, we cannot ship this to foreign addresses.

  • Chinese Leeks/Garlic Chives (OG)

    Chinese Leeks/Garlic Chives (OG)

    Attractive white flowers in midsummer. Flowers are edible and make a great addition to bouquets. The budded flower stalks are sold as "Gow Choy" in Chinese grocery stores. 90 days to harvest. Organically grown. Avg. 6,250 seeds/oz. Packet: 200 seeds.

  • Chinese Pink Garlic

    Chinese Pink Garlic

    Very early season. Garlic lovers rejoice! When fall planted, this extra-early-maturing variety will put fresh garlic back into your favorite recipes a whopping 4 to 6 weeks ahead of almost all others. You will be harvesting Chinese Pink late May to early June. All your garlic-loving friends will be green with envy. This fine quality softneck has cloves arranged in two layers, which makes most of the cloves of usable size. It has white outer skins, pinkish-purple inner skins, and pink clove wrappers; stores for 4-5 months. Chinese Pink has a nice mellow flavor that everyone can enjoy. Garlic is…

  • Deerfield Purple Garlic

    Deerfield Purple Garlic

    Mid-season. A 5-star garlic for its uniformity, size and flavor. Bulky heads are covered in thin, white wrappers that are streaked with purple. Individual cloves are covered in blushed-tan skins with plum stripes. Flavor starts out mild and finishes with a fervor of spice! A purple stripe variety from Vietnam. Virus free. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Duganski Garlic

    Duganski Garlic

    Mid-season. A stunningly beautiful, purple stripe garlic with large bulbs and an amazing flavor that matches its looks and size. Purple outer wrappers protect the violet-tinged cloves that burst with a fiery flavor and mellow out with a pleasant aftertaste. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Early Red Italian Garlic Organic

    Early Red Italian Garlic Organic

    Early-season. This mild, artichoke variety originated in southern Italy and produces large heads of creamy, sumptuous garlic. True to its name, Early Red Italian cuts the waiting for delicious garlic for sauces, pestos and enjoying raw. The husky heads are wrapped in lightly marked, white wrappers. Stores well. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Elephant Garlic

    Elephant Garlic

    Late season. These huge cloves produce softball-sized heads. The flavor is mild and suitable for many recipes. The truly impressive plants easily reach 4-5 feet and the flowers dry nicely for arrangements. Remove the flower head to promote larger clove size. Cloves per head: 5-7. Cloves per pound: 8-14. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Elephant Garlic Organic

    Elephant Garlic Organic

    Late season. These huge cloves produce softball-sized heads. The flavor is mild and suitable for many recipes. The truly impressive plants easily reach 4-5 feet and the flowers dry nicely for arrangements. Remove the flower head to promote larger clove size. Cloves per head: 5-7. Cloves per pound: 8-14. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Gardener's Delight Sampler

    Gardener's Delight Sampler

    This assortment is for the true garlic lover who likes a little of everything from mellow to rich and hot. One or more bulbs each of a range of tastes and flavors such as Red Toch, Maiskij, Shilla, Ajo Rojo, Burgundy, Creole Red, etc.

  • Garlic & Onion Bags

    Garlic & Onion Bags

    When you're ready to harvest your onions and garlic, there's no better way to store them than in these mesh bags. The bags provide air circulation, which is crucial for long-term storage. Bags hold 5 pounds of garlic or onions and measures 15 inches high by 10 inches wide. Drawstring closure.

  • Garlic California White

    Garlic California White

    Nothing compares to this delicious, full-flavored softneck type! Easy to grow and quite productive, California White produces large, plump bulbs with papery skin and plenty of meaty cloves. Simply bursting with flavor!

  • Garlic Tree - Ajo Morado

    Garlic Tree - Ajo Morado

    This softneck variety, Ajo Morado, is the first garlic to be harvested and ready for consumption in the United States every year. Available the first of May, it comes beautifully tied in the shape of a cone or you might think a small pine tree. The variety, accompanied with the style of braiding as well as its freshness, insure that it will last up to 5 months if stored properly. The beautifully purple striped garlic is accented by yellow stalks making this an absolutely stunning piece. So pretty in fact, that half of our customers use them for decoration only,…

  • Georgian Crystal Porcelain Hardneck

    Georgian Crystal Porcelain Hardneck

    Originated from the Republic of Georgia between the Black Sea and Caspain Sea • Large healthy garlic which is resistant to many garlic diseases • Raw: Robust, but not hot, flavor great for pesto & salsas Roasted: smooth and buttery • One of the longer storing porcelain garlics • Averages 4-6 cloves large, fat cloves per bulb • Growers will consistently get a medium/large size bulb usually around 2"+ from the large cloves

  • Georgian Fire Garlic

    Georgian Fire Garlic

    Georgian Fire, like most porcelains is a large and beautiful garlic with rich robust flavor that is strong and has an aftertaste that lingers. The clove covers are a light brown streaked with purple From a growers perspective, it is a large and healthy garlic to grow and appears to be relatively resistant to most of the diseases that can affect garlic. It originated in the Republic of Georgia. Our happy little ranch uses all aspect of organic and biodynamic farming practices to achieve the highest quality food, or medicine, as we like to think of our garlic as. Grown…

  • German Extra Hardy

    German Extra Hardy

    A Porcelain type garlic similar to Romanian Red. Milder flavor when eaten raw. Probably the largest cloves of any garlic I grow.

  • German Giant

    German Giant

    Our Friends down the road in Montana gave us this winner. They have been growing it in their little valley for 20 some years before letting it out. Though we have grown German Red many years, this locally adapted cultivar has some serious love for the cold climate and rich soil around here. Rocamboles are thought to be the most flavorful garlic varieties there are, and this one doesn't disappoint. Also the best storing Rocambole we have yet found, and the sheer size it puts on make it a must have. The deep-green, broad foliage just soaks up the sun,…

  • German Red - Rocambole (Bulb)

    German Red - Rocambole (Bulb)

    Reliable cultivar with outstanding, mild Rocambole character. A favorite of many chefs who choose quality Rocamboles as a complement to those special recipes calling for finesse rather than brawn. Averages 9-10 cloves per bulb. Price per bulb. We ship from Canada to U.S. addresses on September 9th. Orders from the U.S. must be placed no later than Sept 5th.

  • German Red Garlic

    German Red Garlic

    Mid-season. German Red is a full-bodied, strong and spicy rocambole garlic that reliably produces large, satiny white and purple heads. The easy-to-peel cloves are wrapped in fawn colored skins. A widely popular variety that sets the standard for true garlic flavor. Grows particularly well in colder regions of the country. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Gourmet Garlic Assortment

    Gourmet Garlic Assortment

    Not everybody wants to buy a whole pound of each kind of garlic just to try a few kinds, so we offer several different kinds of sampler assortments. The cultivars chosen for each sampler pack are based on your answer as to whether you want ones that will grow best in your area or the best tasting ones for the table, regardless of whether they will grow in your area or not. Each pound contains three to six (usually five) different cultivars with one to four bulbs (usually two) of each cultivar. Each kind is put into a separate bag…

  • Gourmet Garlic Seed Sampler

    Gourmet Garlic Seed Sampler

    1lb of 3 different garlic cultivars for your region.

  • Great Garlic Combo

    Great Garlic Combo

    We've made your garlic shopping easy with this combination of two of our most popular and tasty varieties. One each, hardneck and softneck variety for mouthwatering, scrumptious fresh-from-the-garden flavor and long-lasting storability. Each combo consists of 1 package of Duganski (Hardneck) and 1 package of Susanville (Softneck). Our small combo consists of 2 8-ounce packages (a $3.00 savings), and our large combo consists of 2 1-pound packages (a $5.00 savings). Mid-season. A stunningly beautiful, purple stripe garlic with large bulbs and an amazing flavor that matches its looks and size. Purple outer wrappers protect the violet-tinged cloves that burst with…

  • Hardneck Assortment

    Hardneck Assortment

    One pound - Prime mix of cold winter hardneck varieties for the Northern states and other cold or cool winter areas. This assortment contains only the flavorful hardneck varieties such as Rocambole, Porcelain, Purple Stripe that grow so much better in the Northern areas of the country and other areas, usually mountainous, where cold winters are the norm.

  • Hardneck Sampler Pack  - Turban, Porcelain, & Rocambole

    Hardneck Sampler Pack - Turban, Porcelain, & Rocambole

    An early Turban, a great keeping porcelain, and a great tasting rocambole all in one pack. Will keep you in garlic throughout most of the season. Our happy little ranch uses all aspect of organic and biodynamic farming practices to achieve the highest quality food, or medicine, as we like to think of our garlic as. Grown with love and attention, whether planting or eating, the care we take will shine through. Enjoy!

  • Inchelium Red Garlic

    Inchelium Red Garlic

    Mid-season. Inchelium Red is a national taste-test winner in the softneck division. This mild flavored garlic is great baked and blended with mashed potatoes. This large, top-quality softneck was discovered on the Colville Indian Reservation in northern Washington. Stores very well for 6-9 months. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • International Softneck Assortment

    International Softneck Assortment

    We have collected interesting, easy to grow, flavorful, and long storing artichoke varieties from around the globe. This sampler includes one or more beautiful heads each of varieties such as Viola Francese from the south of France, Siciliano from Sicily, Red Toch from the Republic of Georgia, and Blanco Piacenza from northern Italy.

  • Italian Late Garlic

    Italian Late Garlic

    Mid-season. This popular softneck variety is one of our best-tasting and most pungent cooking types. All of the best qualities of garlic are bred into this cultivar. Can be stored for 6-9 months after harvest. Also a good braiding type. Use the larger cloves for planting. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Italian Purple (Rocambole)

    Italian Purple (Rocambole)

    Italian Purple is rare because it is an Italian rocambole that was brought to the USA from Italy around a hundred years ago and has been grown all over Northern states ever since. It is thought to have come from northern Italy since it is a rocambole that probably won't grow well in southern Italy. Most other Italian garlics are artichokes and a few silverskins. When is the last time you remember an Italian rocambole? Italian Purple is a generally good sized and can be a rather large garlic. Being a Rocambole garlic, its flavor is rich and strong, but…

  • Korean Red Garlic

    Korean Red Garlic

    Mid-season. A versatile variety offering good eating greens along with superb quality garlic bulbs. Plants are dark green, 16 inches tall and set clusters of bulbils that may be planted as seed. Clove skins and bulb wrappings are purple striped. Cloves are extremely pungent. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Lokalen Garlic

    Lokalen Garlic

    Mid-season. A spirited, strong garlic with a bit of a bite. Buff-colored wrappers engulf the short, squat bulbs, while hefty cloves are skinned in silken beige. Enjoy this garlic in hummus for a spicy twist. Virus free. From the former Yugoslavia. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Lorz Italian Garlic

    Lorz Italian Garlic

    Mid-season. An heirloom, artichoke type, softneck brought from Italy around 1850. The perfect choice for those who like their garlic hot and spicy. Robust, large cloves are easy to peel and often times exhibit purplish tints on the skins. Large heads are also great for roasting. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Maiskij

    Maiskij

    Maiskij is a Turban hardneck garlic originating from Turkmenistan. The name refers to May, the month it is harvested. It has beautiful deep purple striping and tastes as good as it looks. It is early, large, and vigorous. This will be your first garlic to emerge after fall planting and the first to harvest. Approximately 60- 80 cloves per pound. We are Certified Naturally Grown

  • Medium to Strong Flavored Assortment

    Medium to Strong Flavored Assortment

    One pound - All medium/stronger varieties. Several bulbs each of some medium to strong Tasting and hot garlics, such as: Inchelium Red, Lorz Italian, Killarney Red, Carpathian, German White, Romanian Red and Spanish Roja, etc. The strong garlics are usually the best ones to use in cooking most "ethnic" dishes because they were originally made with strong, flavorful garlic. This assortment is for the true garlic lover who goes for the burn that comes with eating raw garlic or those who want to obtain the maximum amount of allicin.

  • Metechi

    Metechi

    Metechi is a gorgeous porcealin hardneck that will thrive in most climates, but loves the cold. It produces 5-7 huge cloves per bulb. One of the hottest varieties avaliable and excellent sauteed. We were so impressed with the size of this one we have multiplied it and offered it for sale. We only grow quality gourmet strains that are fun for the gardener and chef, and this one is a hoot! Our happy little ranch uses all aspect of organic and biodynamic farming practices to achieve the highest quality food, or medicine, as we like to think of our garlic…

    A fiery hot flavored marbled purple stripe. Large bulbs with big fat cloves. This one will grow in the deep south or the cold north!

  • Mount Hood Garlic

    Mount Hood Garlic

    Mid-season. If you are looking for huge heads of garlic with large cloves to boot, then look no further. We were thoroughly impressed with how big these heads grew and noticed that each head typically had 1-2 more cloves than some of the other hardnecks. The vibrant flavor adds a punch to any savory dish and also mellows out when roasted. Orignating from Slovenia. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season.Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Music

    Music

    Music is the finest all-around hardneck garlic available. Large bulbs each contain 4-5 large easy to peel cloves. It's winter hardy and easy to grow. The taste is great, a strong garlic flavor but relatively mild. It stores well, 6-12 months depending on storage conditions. We supply large bulbs and ship quickly. Seed will be available for September shipping. Preorders begin in August, don't wait because we sell out every year.

    Music is a popular variety due to the taste, vigorous growth habit, and approximately six large easy to peel cloves within each bulb.

  • Music Garlic

    Music Garlic

    Mid-season. Music hits the top of the charts when it comes to yields. In trials at Michigan State University, Music out-produced all others with a harvest of over 13,500 pounds per acre! White skinned with just a blush of pink, this garlic makes big cloves that are easy to peel. The taste is a medium hot, true garlic flavor that lasts for a long time. Music will store 9 months to a year. Very cold tolerant. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best…

  • Music Porcelain Garlic Bulb

    Music Porcelain Garlic Bulb

    One of the most popular garlic varieties due to taste, vigorous and easy growth, and 6-8 large easy to peel cloves • An Italian variety brought back to Canada by Al Music in the 1980’s from his home land • Flavor is rich, strong, robust and pungent • Music grows well in northern states being one of the largest plant and garlic and is resistant to garlic diseases • Averages 5-6 large cloves per bulb • Growers will get extra large bulbs consistently!

  • Onion, Chives, Garlic, Organic

    Onion, Chives, Garlic, Organic

    Latin name: Allium tuberosum GB Cultural info: CW,WW / Matures 19 / Harvest 4-6 / Yield 240-960/ Spacing 6 / 20, Chinese 15 / Seed code: O Seeds per pkt: 100 Description: Chinese Leek, Hiro Haba. Somewhat like chives, with broad, deep green leaves up to 14” long. The leaves, buds and stems are all edible, with a garlic-chive flavor. Used in soups, stir-fries and salads.

  • Oregon Blue Garlic

    Oregon Blue Garlic

    Mid-season. This maritime Northwest heirloom is a real producer! A few years back, we received a sample of this variety along with several others, and Oregon Blue topped the yield charts. It has nice hot flavor, dark green leaves, and a purple cast on the skin. Good storage variety. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Persian Star

    Persian Star

    Persian Star is a perhaps the most beautiful of the standard group of Purple Stripes with its thick white bulb wrappers that are streaked with purple as you peel away the outer wrappers. When the wrappers are all peeled away the clove covers with their distinctive long sharp points resemble an eight point star, hence their name.They apparently originated in Uzbekistan, one of those central Asian Islamic republics that were once part of the USSR. They are a full flavored garlic with only a small bite to them and are more mellow than hot as are most other standard Purple…

    A strong flavored medium heat Purple Stripe garlic. Large beautiful bulbs with medium size cloves

  • Polish Softneck Garlic

    Polish Softneck Garlic

    Mid-season. Introduced into North America around 1900, Polish Softneck is larger than most softnecks and has proven to be one of the most winter hardy. An excellent choice for northern gardeners, but it also performs well in southern regions. This one's for lovers of hot garlic! Even after roasting, when most garlic mellows out, Polish Softneck maintains impressive heat that's not too overpowering. Tasted raw, it will remind you of the last hot pepper you ate. Good choice for braiding. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before…

  • Polish Softneck Garlic Organic

    Polish Softneck Garlic Organic

    Mid-season. Introduced into North America around 1900, Polish Softneck is larger than most softnecks and has proven to be one of the most winter hardy. An excellent choice for northern gardeners, but it also performs well in southern regions. This one's for lovers of hot garlic! Even after roasting, when most garlic mellows out, Polish Softneck maintains impressive heat that's not too overpowering. Tasted raw, it will remind you of the last hot pepper you ate. Good choice for braiding. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before…

  • Polish White

    Polish White

    An artichoke softneck with some of the largest cloves. Sometimes referred to as NY White. Great braiding garlic.

  • Premium Northern White Garlic Organic

    Premium Northern White Garlic Organic

    Late season. Finally, good strong garlic in a large clove! The heritage of this unique garlic can be directly traced to northern Germany. It could possibly be the most cold-hardy variety known, having been documented to -18°F in Eastern Oregon. One grower, who had cultivated this variety in New York for more than 10 years, claims it withstood -60°F. Let us know how it does for you! It's a potent hardneck that's easy to peel. Its large clove size makes it a great all-purpose garlic, especially good for baking. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October,…

  • Purple Glazer Garlic

    Purple Glazer Garlic

    Mid-season. You won't believe your eyes when you see the satiny clove wrappers of Purple Glazer. A vivid, royal purple tinged with shiny gold and/or silver hues makes this one of the most attractive garlics. As a sub-variety of Purple Stripe, a group known for being the "best baked garlic", Purple Glazer has a strong lasting flavor, but not hot and no aftertaste. Very easy to peel. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Purple Glazer Garlic Organic

    Purple Glazer Garlic Organic

    Mid-season. You won't believe your eyes when you see the satiny clove wrappers of Purple Glazer. A vivid, royal purple tinged with shiny gold and/or silver hues makes this one of the most attractive garlics. As a sub-variety of Purple Stripe, a group known for being the "best baked garlic", Purple Glazer has a strong lasting flavor, but not hot and no aftertaste. Its texture is very palatable, like the consistency of cooked carrots. Very easy to peel. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th…

  • Purple Italian Easy Peel Garlic Organic

    Purple Italian Easy Peel Garlic Organic

    Mid-season. This zesty variety has been grown for many years by a top market grower here in Western Oregon. It is sought after for its rich, spicy flavor and clean, sweet aftertaste. You'll also appreciate that, as its name suggests, it does peel quite easily. This variety has excellent storage qualities, often keeping until early spring. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Red Toch

    Red Toch

    Beautiful, large artichoke garlic (Softneck) originally from the Republic of Georgia. This popular garlic has gained a great reputation after being popularized in Chester Arthur's book, "Garlic is Life". Its taste has been described as "the perfect garlic taste" without being really hot. Although not red, it has a little rosy hue. We are Certified Naturally Grown

  • Romainian Red

    Romainian Red

    Romanian Red, like most porcelains is a large and beautiful garlic with rich robust flavor that is strong and has an aftertaste that lingers. The clove covers are a light brown streaked with purple. It has large easy to peel cloves so it's a favorite in the kitchen. Eaten raw it has a strong garlic flavor with a mild initial tingle, the garlic flavor lingers and sweetens in your mouth and ends with a nutty flavor. It is very good for storage for a hardneck variety. Averages 5 to 7 cloves per bulb Grows well in most states even some…

  • Romanian Red

    Romanian Red

    A strong flavored porcelain garlic. Large bulbs with big easy to peel cloves

  • Romanian Red Hardneck

    Romanian Red Hardneck

    After 13 years of testing over 30 varieties of garlic, we only grow six now, and I can tell you why. Because they are the three best, and out of those six, the Romanian takes the cake. 4-6 monstrous cloves (easiest of all to peel) sheathed in gorgeous maroonish-tan paper all covered by its beautiful porcelain exterior makes this variety a stunner. Will store very well up to 6 months or more under optimal conditions, and besides all that the flavor is dyno-mite. And remember when buying 10 cloves of this variety you will be getting double the weight of…

  • Romanian Red Porcelain

    Romanian Red Porcelain

    Romanian red, like most porcelains, is a large and beautiful garlic with about 4-6 jumbo size cloves per bulb with rich robust flavor that is strong and has an aftertaste that lingers. Highly regarded medicinal garlic, known for its high allicin content. It originated in romania. from a grower’s perspective, it is a large and healthy garlic to grow and appears to be relatively resistant to most of the diseases that can affect garlic. grows well in most states even some years in warm winter areas, but will be marginal there in years with early hot summers. the clove covers…

  • Russian Red - Marbled Purple Stripe (Bulb)

    Russian Red - Marbled Purple Stripe (Bulb)

    A classic, hardy cultivar that grows well in a wide variety of climates. Averages 6 large and evenly sized cloves per bulb. Medium to strong pungent character. Umbels yield an average 40-60 bulbils each. We ship from Canada to U.S. addresses on September 9th. Orders from the U.S. must be placed no later than Sept 5th.

  • Russian Tzan Hardneck

    Russian Tzan Hardneck

    When I first brought this little beauty back to the farm from the Okanogan Barter Faire 7 years ago, I was blown away by its versatility. A variety we could harvest the 1st of July at 48 degrees N, wow! And to boot, the flavor was mighty and crisp when raw and smooth and mellow when cooked through. More good news - Fat, round, easy to peel cloves with beautiful tannish skin that has purple stripes makes it easy on the eyes as well. Not many grow this little beauty, so savour all she has to offer! Our happy little…

  • Shilla

    Shilla

    Shilla is a very large and vigorous Turban hardneck variety from Korea which will be very early to emerge and to harvest. It is sometimes mistaken for elephant garlic because of its size! It's taste is robust and flavorful and the large heads are wonderful for roasting. Nice scapes! Approximately 80 cloves per pound. We are Certified Naturally Grown

  • Siberian Garlic

    Siberian Garlic

    Mid-season. This garlic really lives up to its name when it comes to thriving in cold weather. A top-notch producer in cold climates, Siberian deserves consideration from all northern gardeners. The cloves are protected by an attractive light pink skin that becomes even redder when grown in high-iron soils. This clean, medium-to-strong flavored garlic will warm your soul on the coldest winter evening. Best of all, it is prized for having a very high allicin content, possibly the highest of any garlic. Allicin supports normal cholesterol levels, boosts the immune system, and enhances circulation. Garlic is shipped only in the…

  • Siberian Red

    Siberian Red

    A marbled Purple type garlic similar to Metechi. Milder flavor when eaten raw

  • Siskiyou Purple Garlic Organic

    Siskiyou Purple Garlic Organic

    Mid-season. An Oregon original, Siskiyou Purple is an Artichoke type with a convenient bonus of having far fewer cloves than other Artichoke types. This means larger cloves, and a lot less peeling. Both the clove wrappers and outer bulb skins have an attractive purple tint. Vigorous plants produce large bulbs that can reach 3 1/2 inches in diameter with a delicious, full-bodied flavor and a slight tang. An excellent storage variety. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to…

  • Sonoran

    Sonoran

    A nicely striped, pretty, early, warm weather adapted Turban hardneck that sizes up well all across the south from Jacksonville to San Diego. Named for the Sonoran desert of Arizona and Sonora, Mexico. Medium heat and great garlicky flavor. Approximately 80 cloves per pound.

  • Spanish Roja Garlic

    Spanish Roja Garlic

    Mid-season. Probably the most popular hardneck type, because most garlic lovers find the flavor to be "true garlic". A Northwest heirloom that was reported to have been brought into Northwest Oregon before 1900, it is often called Greek garlic by home gardeners throughout the region. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • St. Helen's Red Garlic

    St. Helen's Red Garlic

    Mid-season. Brawny heads of zesty, spicy garlic are explosive like the fiery Mount St. Helens. Bulbs are covered with silvery skin touched with purple; inside, the round cloves have buff-colored wrappers. St. Helen's Red has excellent storage capacity, makes stunning braids and makes for a savory, roasted treat. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Susanville Garlic

    Susanville Garlic

    Mid-season. Considered an improved selection of California Early. This popular softneck is white-skinned with some occasional pink. It's also one of our best varieties for roasting. The generous-sized cloves slip apart easily after roasting and spread effortlessly on French bread or tomato slices. The mild but true garlic flavor is a hit with all garlic fans. Good for braiding and stores for 6-9 months. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Transylvanian

    Transylvanian

    An artichoke softneck. Great flavor and large cloves. Also good for braiding

  • Turkish Giant Organic

    Turkish Giant Organic

    Mid-season. This gorgeous, purple stripe variety offers big, bold, full-bodied flavor that goes hand in hand with its enormous size. The extra strong plants have sturdy, tall foliage, supplying lots of energy to produce Turkish Giant's massive, bright red bulbs. An excellent choice for those who are looking for robust garlic flavor and superior storage qualities. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.

  • Warm Weather Sampler

    Warm Weather Sampler

    One or more bulbs each of varieties such as Red Toch, Siciliano, Maiskij, Sonoran, Shilla, Viola Francese, Ajo Rojo, etc. This assortment is for the true garlic lover who loves the full range of taste and flavor that comes with garlic but who lives in a warmer winter area where only certain varieties thrive. These garlics do well in zone 6 or higher.

  • Western Rose Garlic

    Western Rose Garlic

    Late season. A larger relative of Silver Rose, this is one of the longest-storing garlics and a great choice for braiding. Outer bulb covering is white; clove wrappers have pink and rose stripes. Smaller inner cloves are surrounded by large cloves. Sharp garlic flavor. Garlic is shipped only in the fall-late September or early October, depending on the season. Quantities are limited; order before September 15th for best availability. Sorry, not available to Idaho or Canada.