Garlic varieties available
online sales begin September 17th at 8am
One clove will produce one plant that will produce one head of garlic
**spicy lingering heat**
From Carpathian Mountains of southwest Poland. Large, uniform bulbs with few double cloves. Classic garlic flavor, nice overall tang, hot. One head will have 4 to 10 cloves.
**Mellow and Sweet**
Our best performing Purple Stripe garlic year after year. Chesnok Red holds shape and retains flavor when cooked. Great choice for baking with a creamy texture. Produces very large bulbs that average 9 to 10 easy to peel cloves. From Shvelisi, Republic of Georgia. One head will have 4 to 10 cloves.
**Strong and Spicy**
An heirloom hardneck variety. Great hot flavor. Grown for well over a century in German communities throughout the U.S. Good storage for a hardneck strain. One head will have 4 to 10 cloves.
**Spicy lingering heat**
Favored by northeast growers, this old standard from Johnny's Select Seeds is now available. Also known as German White or German Extra Hardy. One head will have 4 to 10 cloves.
**Strong and spicy**
Outstanding Rocambole from Idaho. Original source is unknown. Better adapted to wet conditions than most others.
**rOBUST mILD hEAT**
An outstanding plant producing very large bulbs. Strong, robust plants stand out in the garden. A sweet and substantial garlic when baked. Hot when consumed raw. A bestseller. One head will have 4 to 10 cloves.
**SPICY LINGERING HEAT**
Brought to British Columbia from Romania. Cloves streaked and lined on buff brown background. Very good storage. Usually 4 to 5 cloves per bulb. An excellent alternative to Music.
**STRONG AND SPICY**
A Northwest heirloom brought to the Portland area before the 1900s. Many connoisseurs believe that when well grown its flavor describes true garlic. One head will have 4 to 10 cloves.