Garlic Varieties - Summer Presale for Fall Shipping

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Garlic - a first choice for seasoning in many countries.  There are so many flavor palates and characteristics to choose from.  Whether you prefer a strong hot flavor or more mild we can help you out.  Some of us want cloves that are easy to peel and some don't care because they're just roasting the garlic.  Whatever your decision is based on, chances are we have your favorite.  

Chose from the "Hardneck" (H) varieties with fewer, larger cloves and a strong center or select a "Softneck" (S) with no defined center and smaller more numerous cloves. Softnecks tend to perform better in southern warmer climates.  

Duganski H - Lovely nutty flavor when cooked, very nice baked whole, and moderate to hot when raw.  

German Red H - Strong, spicy, and easy to peel.  This is a great choice for northern cold winters.  

Inchelium S - This heirloom garlic tends to be mild and savory - even when raw it isn't too spicy.  It’s a great choice for quick dishes or picky eaters.  

Krandasger H - The colder the winter, the better this garlic gets!  6-8 good size purple stripe cloves is the normal for this mid-summer crop.  
Music H -  One of the best known and most sought after.  Large easy to peel cloves have complex mild flavor.  Hardneck Variety.

Nootka Rose S - Rich, strong and medium to hot flavor make this a favorite.  This larger bulb has plentiful cloves and beautiful long leaves for braiding.  

Purple Glazer H - The purple striped skin is easy to peel.  The strong flavor, low heat and lack of aftertaste will make this your favorite.  New for 2020! 

Transylvania S - Is this where the story of garlic's power started?  This hot, sharp garlic has good size cloves and is a favorite for early season harvests.  

Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall planting is recommended. In areas that get a hard frost, plant garlic 6-8 weeks before the first frost, cover with a 3" layer of straw, grass clippings or other organic mulch.  Check out our Growers Tips here!


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