Note:
Thank you for a great 2012 season.

All of our seed and table garlic is Sold Out
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Softneck Garlic

Hardneck Garlic

Hardneck Garlic

Translyvanian

Spanish Roja

Music

Early Italian Red

German Red

Siberian

German White

Extra Hardy

Brown Tempest

Stull

Italian Purple

Zemo

Chesnok

Green Garlic

Hardneck Organic Garlic Descriptions


Green Garlic:

Green Garlic Green Garlic / Spring Garlic
(available May – June)

Green garlic adds a delicate garlic flavor to any dish without overpowering. Green garlic delivers a flavor which differs from mature bulb garlic. Green garlic delivers a crisp sweetness into every type of cuisine and can be utilized in different recipes. Wash and trim off any tough parts of the green leaves. Similar to a leek, the entire plant is usable. Chop or slice the pale bulb, light green shoots and tender, dark green leaves. Best applications are raw or lightly cooked as the mild flavor does best without a lot of cooking. Green garlic is tender, young gar­lic that is harvested before the famil­iar bulb fully develops underground. Also known as spring garlic, it resembles a scallion but yields an aromatic, delicate garlic flavor.
6 oz package - $2.99 (approx. 1-4 plants)    
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Spanish Rojo:

 Rojo garlic heads Spanish Roja garlic has zesty favor, and bulbs are easy to peel. A Classic rich flavor. Each bulb has about 8-12 cloves. Outer wrapper varies in color, from a rich cream to deep purple stripes. Cloves are large with a brownish red color and are easy to peel. Roja prefers cooler growing conditions. Keeps well, 4-6 months. [Hot/Spicy]

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German Red:

Early Italian Red garlic head and cloves A medium garlic plant with tall scapes which can produce rather large bulbs and have considerable red color in the wrapper. The cloves themselves have a brownish skin. The taste is hot and zingy. It can produce between 8 and 12 cloves per bulb. Stores 5 months.[Hot]
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German White:

Early Italian Red garlic head and cloves A large garlic plant with tall scapes which can produce rather large bulbs. Nice sized porcelain hardneck garlic with large solid cloves. The cloves themselves have a white skin. This garlic means business when it comes to flavor excellent for cooking . But it is also easy to peel. Grows well throughout much of the U.S. , and likes cold northern winters. It can produce between 4 and 6 cloves per bulb.  Stores 5 months. [Hot]
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German Extra Hardy:

Georgia Crystal garlic head and cloves A porcelain variety garlic with a purple striped wrapper. The original hardneck strain came from Poland through Ontario and into the US where it is grown widely in the Northeast and the Northwest. The cloves can be very large for the bulb size. The taste it contains is PURE garlic. Large cloves. 4 – 6 cloves per bulb.  Stores 6 months. [Medium]
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Music:

Music garlic head and cloves Porcelain variety. One of the most popular of our  varieties.  Music has a high content of allicin, which helps boost the immune system and increases circulation. The bulbs can be rather large and the cloves have a beautiful pink skin. It is grown throughout the northern US where it is prized for its perky flavor. Performs well in cold climates. 4 - 6 large easy peeling cloves per bulb. 25 - 30 cloves per pound. Mid to late harvest. Stores 6 months. [Medium]

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Siberian:

Siberian garlic head and cloves Marbled Purple Stripe variety. Prized for its high content of allicin. Allicin helps boost the immune system and improve circulation. Extra large, easy to peel cloves. Siberian thrives in cold climate. 5 - 9 giant cloves.  Stores 5 months. [Mild]

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Brown Tempest:

Brown Tempest garlic head and clovesMarbled Purple Stripe variety. Prized for its high content of allicin. Allicin helps boost the immune system and improve circulation. Extra large, easy to peel cloves. Siberian thrives in cold climate. 5 - 9 giant cloves.  Stores 5 months. [Mild]

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Stull:

Kettle River Giant garlic head and cloves Discovered at a booth at the Saugerties, NY garlic festival. This garlic appears to be porcelain in color though the wrappers do have a hint of a gold/beige tinge. Large plump, easy to peel cloves which pack some heat. Stores 6 months. [Hot]

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Zemo:

Zemo garlic head and cloves Porcelain variety from the Republic of Georgia.  Zemo has a high content of allicin. The creamy white bulbs have large tear drop shaped cloves with a beautiful pinkish tone. A spicy garlic flavor with moderate heat. 2 - 6 cloves per bulb. 25 - 35 cloves per pound. Late harvest. Stores 5 months. [Hot]

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Chesnok:

Chesnok Red garlic head and cloves A Purple Stripe variety, originating from Shvelisi, in the Republic of Georgia. This Hardneck garlic produces large bulbs with purple striped wrappers. It is superb for cooking, holding its flavor and offering a distinctive, lingering taste for the garlic connoisseur. 10 - 12 cloves per bulbs easy to peel cloves. Grows nationwide and is tied with Spanish Roja for our best all-round variety, but it doesn't mind cold winters. Stores 5 months. Small bulbs store the longest. [Hot]

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Italian Purple:

Georgia Fire garlic head and cloves A Italian hardneck garlic, also called Gambino and "Easy Peel." It produces large bulbs with easy to peel cloves that do wonders for Mediterranean cooking. Widely grown in the Ohio Valley and Northeast it makes its way into a lot of home-cooked Italian suppers. 5 - 9 cloves per bulb.  Stores 6 months. [Medium]

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Softneck Organic Garlic Descriptions


Transylvanian:Pyong Vang garlic head and cloves

This very large and lovely artichoke softneck was discovered in a Romanian farmer's market in the mid-1990s. BIG cream colored bulbs with up to 16 cloves contain an excellent flavor with more than a bit of a bite. Doesn't mind cold winters. Stores 5 - 6 months. [Medium]

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Early Italian:

Georgia Fire garlic head and cloves A Italian hardneck garlic, also called Gambino and "Easy Peel." It produces large bulbs with easy to peel cloves that do wonders for Mediterranean cooking. Widely grown in the Ohio Valley and Northeast it makes its way into a lot of home-cooked Italian suppers. 5 - 9 cloves per bulb.  Stores 6 months. [Medium ]

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