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Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall planting is recommended. Bulbs will grow bigger and more flavorful when you plant them in the fall.  Plant 6 to 8 weeks before your first hard frost.  In southern areas, February or March can be a better time to plant. Most people generally plant garlic somewhere between October-February.   Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Growing Your Own Organic Garlic »

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  • Garlic - (Hard Neck) Mexican Violet Garlic - (Hard Neck) Mexican Violet Open in new tab NOW only $1.99

    Garlic - (Hard Neck) Mexican Violet

    Quick Overview • VERY COLD HARDY • Hardneck• Excellent flavor Details This is a brand new addition to our seed library. And we are very excited to introduce this incredible hardneck garlic to you all! Rich flavor and medium to hot heat. Containing 4 to 8 easy to peel buff-colored cloves streaked with red highlights, it has excellent yields and is VERY cold hardy. Stores for 6 months or even more. Add a couple cloves to your garden and you won't regret doing so. Super easy to grow and ready for planting now. How to Plant Garlic Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall planting is recommended. Bulbs will grow bigger and more flavorful when you plant them in the fall.  Plant 6 to 8 weeks before your first hard frost.  In southern areas, February or March can be a better time to plant. Key Planting Info: Break apart cloves from bulb but keep the papery husk on each individual clove. Ensure soil is well-drained with plenty of organic matter. Plant in Full Sun. Plant 4 inches apart & 2 inches deep, in their upright position (the wide end down and pointed end facing up). Come springtime, shoots will begin to emerge. Click here for a more detailed Garlic Grow Guide ->


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  • Garlic - (Hard Neck) Porcelain German Red Garlic - (Hard Neck) Porcelain German Red Open in new tab NOW only $1.99

    Garlic - (Hard Neck) Porcelain German Red

    Quick Overview • Grows well in any climate.  • Hardneck• Strong flavor Details This large bright purple bulb contains extra easy-to-peel, round, light brown cloves with some purple at the base. Flavor is strong, hot, and spicy. Keeps moderately well when properly cured and stored. Can be grown in mild climates; However, develops better quality and size where winters are cold. Color will become brighter if it is stressed by too much water. How to Plant Garlic Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall planting is recommended. Bulbs will grow bigger and more flavorful when you plant them in the fall.  Plant 6 to 8 weeks before your first hard frost.  In southern areas, February or March can be a better time to plant. Key Planting Info: Break apart cloves from bulb but keep the papery husk on each individual clove. Ensure soil is well-drained with plenty of organic matter. Plant in Full Sun. Plant 4 inches apart & 2 inches deep, in their upright position (the wide end down and pointed end facing up). Come springtime, shoots will begin to emerge. Click here for a more detailed Garlic Grow Guide ->


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  • Garlic - (Soft Neck) Early Purple Italian Garlic - (Soft Neck) Early Purple Italian Open in new tab NOW only $1.99

    Garlic - (Soft Neck) Early Purple Italian

    Quick Overview • Organic • Best Seller! • Early • An excellent variety for hot climates • Mild Flavor • Purple stripes Details The bulb is large and white-skinned with purple stripes and numerous small cloves. Widely grown around Gilroy, California, the "garlic capital" of the world. How to Plant Garlic Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall planting is recommended. Bulbs will grow bigger and more flavorful when you plant them in the fall.  Plant 6 to 8 weeks before your first hard frost.  In southern areas, February or March can be a better time to plant. Key Planting Info: Break apart cloves from bulb but keep the papery husk on each individual clove. Ensure soil is well-drained with plenty of organic matter. Plant in Full Sun. Plant 4 inches apart & 2 inches deep, in their upright position (the wide end down and pointed end facing up). Come springtime, shoots will begin to emerge. Click here for a more detailed Garlic Grow Guide ->


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  • Garlic - (Soft Neck) Inchellum Red Garlic - (Soft Neck) Inchellum Red Open in new tab $0.00 $1.99

    Garlic - (Soft Neck) Inchellum Red

    Quick Overview • Organic • Large bulbs • Softneck• Dense cloves Details From Inchelium, WA, on the Colville Indian Reservation. The bulbs are large - to 3+ inches in diameter. 8-20 cloves of good size. Mild, but lasting, flavor, with a hint of hot! Dense cloves store well. The flavor can get stronger in storage. This vigorous soft-necked variety won a Rodale taste test of 20 garlic strains - named \"Very Best of the Soft-Necks.\" Available Spring and Fall. How to Plant Garlic Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall planting is recommended. Bulbs will grow bigger and more flavorful when you plant them in the fall.  Plant 6 to 8 weeks before your first hard frost.  In southern areas, February or March can be a better time to plant. Key Planting Info: Break apart cloves from bulb but keep the papery husk on each individual clove. Ensure soil is well-drained with plenty of organic matter. Plant in Full Sun. Plant 4 inches apart & 2 inches deep, in their upright position (the wide end down and pointed end facing up). Come springtime, shoots will begin to emerge. Click here for a more detailed Garlic Grow Guide ->


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  • Garlic - (Soft Neck) Italian Late Garlic - (Soft Neck) Italian Late Open in new tab $0.00 $1.99

    Garlic - (Soft Neck) Italian Late

    Quick Overview • Beautiful to braid!• Fast growing• Softneck Details Light colored wrappers covering cloves which are generally fat and round. The extra-tight skin makes it a better keeper. This variety matures later than Early Italian Purple and tends to be somewhat smaller then Early Italian Purple as well. Good braiding type. Available Spring and Fall. How to Plant Garlic Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall planting is recommended. Bulbs will grow bigger and more flavorful when you plant them in the fall.  Plant 6 to 8 weeks before your first hard frost.  In southern areas, February or March can be a better time to plant. Key Planting Info: Break apart cloves from bulb but keep the papery husk on each individual clove. Ensure soil is well-drained with plenty of organic matter. Plant in Full Sun. Plant 4 inches apart & 2 inches deep, in their upright position (the wide end down and pointed end facing up). Come springtime, shoots will begin to emerge. Click here for a more detailed Garlic Grow Guide ->


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  • Garlic - (Soft Neck) Nootka Rose Garlic - (Soft Neck) Nootka Rose Open in new tab NOW only $1.99

    Garlic - (Soft Neck) Nootka Rose

    NOW AVAILABLE.  This heirloom garlic has medium to large bulb.  Beautifully bright white skin with light rose-colored streaked cloves Very attractive for braiding. Excellent flavor. Strong flavor. In rich soil, cloves can lose their rosy hue. This variety of garlic has long shelf-life and will store well into next spring or even summer. How to Plant Garlic Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall planting is recommended. Bulbs will grow bigger and more flavorful when you plant them in the fall.  Plant 6 to 8 weeks before your first hard frost.  In southern areas, February or March can be a better time to plant. Key Planting Info: Break apart cloves from bulb but keep the papery husk on each individual clove. Ensure soil is well-drained with plenty of organic matter. Plant in Full Sun. Plant 4 inches apart & 2 inches deep, in their upright position (the wide end down and pointed end facing up). Come springtime, shoots will begin to emerge. Click here for a more detailed Garlic Grow Guide ->


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  • Garlic - (Soft Neck) Silver Rose Garlic - (Soft Neck) Silver Rose Open in new tab NOW only $1.99

    Garlic - (Soft Neck) Silver Rose

    NOW AVAILABLE.  This heirloom garlic has medium to large bulb. Rose-colored cloves in very smooth bright-white bulbs. Mild flavor Beautiful garlic to braid! The longest-storing garlic we sell. Fast-growing garlic. Very popular in western and southern US and in France and Italy. How to Plant Garlic Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall planting is recommended. Bulbs will grow bigger and more flavorful when you plant them in the fall.  Plant 6 to 8 weeks before your first hard frost.  In southern areas, February or March can be a better time to plant. Key Planting Info: Break apart cloves from bulb but keep the papery husk on each individual clove. Ensure soil is well-drained with plenty of organic matter. Plant in Full Sun. Plant 4 inches apart & 2 inches deep, in their upright position (the wide end down and pointed end facing up). Come springtime, shoots will begin to emerge. Click here for a more detailed Garlic Grow Guide ->


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  • Garlic - Elephant Garlic - Elephant Open in new tab NOW only $15.99

    Garlic - Elephant

    Quick Overview • Enormous • Mild flavor Details Four to six enormous cloves in each bulb with a mild garlic-like flavor. The bulbs commonly weigh a pound or more each. The cloves are very easy-peeling. You'd think you have a giant hard-neck here, but the bulbs keep very well, more like a soft-neck. Elephant Garlic is also popular and profitable market gardeners' crop in some areas. How to Plant Garlic Garlic can be planted in the spring as soon as the ground can be worked, but fall planting is recommended. Bulbs will grow bigger and more flavorful when you plant them in the fall.  Plant 6 to 8 weeks before your first hard frost.  In southern areas, February or March can be a better time to plant. Key Planting Info: Break apart cloves from bulb but keep the papery husk on each individual clove. Ensure soil is well-drained with plenty of organic matter. Plant in Full Sun. Plant 4 inches apart & 2 inches deep, in their upright position (the wide end down and pointed end facing up). Come springtime, shoots will begin to emerge. Click here for a more detailed Garlic Grow Guide ->


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