Garlic growing has a long tradition throughout the country. All of our garlic, onion, and shallot varieties are untreated and ready to use in the kitchen or plant in the garden.
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.
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French Rose Garlic OrganicXG216
NEW! Early-season. This artichoke-type garlic is an easy one to grow, as it seems less fussy about growing conditions than so...
Mid-season. Considered an improved selection of California Early. This popular softneck is white-skinned with some occas...
Chinese Pink GarlicXG301
Very early season. Garlic lovers rejoice! When fall planted, this extra-early-maturing variety will put fresh garlic bac...
Early Red Italian Garlic OrganicXG303
Early-season. This mild, artichoke variety originated in southern Italy and produces large heads of creamy, sumptuous g...
Inchelium Red GarlicXG304
Mid-season. Inchelium Red is a national taste-test winner in the softneck division. This mild flavored garlic is great b...
Inchelium Red Garlic OrganicXG305
NEW! Mid-season. Inchelium Red is a national taste-test winner in the softneck division. This mild flavored garlic is great b...
Italian Late GarlicXG307
Mid-season. This popular softneck variety is one of our best-tasting and most pungent cooking types. All of the best qua...
Lorz Italian GarlicXG313
Mid-season. An heirloom, artichoke-type softneck brought from Italy around 1850. The perfect choice for those who like t...
Oregon Blue GarlicXG316
Mid-season. This maritime Northwest heirloom is a real producer! A few years back, we received a sample of this variety ...