GARLIC

Certified organic garlic, Demeter Certified Biodynamic® garlic, ecologically grown garlic

GA3CALIFORNIA EARLY-NEBRASKA SELECTCert. BD/OG SHIPS SEPT through DEC 2017. SOFT NECK TYPE. Harder to peal than hardneck types but store better than hardnecks. Our strain stores until late spring of the following year after July harvest when stored in cool, dry conditions. They are an artichoke formation of cloves and have around 10-12 cloves so there are more plants possible per bulb than the hardneck varieties. Soft necks are best for milder winters but our strain has been selected to survive our cold, dry winters in western Nebraska. Another advantage to softneck garlics besides their long storage is that they can be braided. In general, mild climates are better off growing softnecks. But people where the winter's are colder like to have an acclimated solfneck so that they can have garlic after the hardnecks are done storing in February. For best results of nicely formed garlic bulbs, plant in autumn. We sow in October about 6-8 inches apart in the row. We plant ours in mid-October in Nebraska. We are zone 4. Harvest in July.
S$12.00=1/4 lb, sows 25 ft.
M$25.00=1 lb, 50 ft.
LG$60.00=3 lb, sows 100 ft.
XL$135.00=10 lb, 300 ft. sold out
GA1CHRYSALIS ROSE GARLICCert. BD/OGSALE!HEIRLOOM from . SHIPS SEPT through DEC 2017. HARDNECK TYPE, has 7-9 large cloves per bulb and about 8 bulbs per pound. It is delicious with a robust garlic taste, and is easy to peel. Estimate 8 bulbs per pound for Chrysalis Rose. After July harvest it stores for about five months best in cool dry conditions at around 40 degrees. . It is a favorite at our farmer's market. HEIRLOOM from .We obtained the seed from Steven Adams of Chrysalis Farm and EZ Farming, a 20 year old Wisconsin Biodynamic farm, and we have been maintaining it for many years. Survives in severe winters. For best results of nicely formed garlic bulbs, plant in autumn. We sow in October about 6-8 inches apart in the row. We plant ours in mid-October in Nebraska. We are zone 4. Harvest in July.
S$20.00=1 lb
LG$48.00=3 lb
XL$150.00=10 lb
GA4DIXON HARDY SOFT NECKCert. BD/OGNEW!HEIRLOOM from .Montana, extraordinary storage capability! Very hardy SOFTNECK! SHIPS SEPT through DEC 2017. 12-16 cloves which are larger than most solf necks, easier to peel than our other soft neck varieties. For best results of nicely formed garlic bulbs, plant in autumn. We sow in October about 6-8 inches apart in the row. We plant ours in mid-October in Nebraska. We are zone 4. Harvest in July.
S$22.00=1 lb, sows 15 ft.
M$55.00=3 lb, 50 ft.
LG$150.00=10 lb, sows 150 ft.
GA5INCHELIUM, SOFTNECKCert. BD/OGNEW!HEIRLOOM SHIPS SEPT through DEC 2017.SOFTNECK type selected in southern Colorado at Hobbs Family Farm before we received it. Very nice softneck and and a real producer that averages12-14 cloves per bulb and 6-7 bulbs per pound. Soft necks often store longer than hard necks.For best results of nicely formed garlic bulbs, plant in autumn. We sow in October about 6-8 inches apart in the row. We plant ours in mid-October in Nebraska. We are zone 4. Harvest in July.
S$22.00=1 lb, sows 30 ft.
M$55.00=3 lb, 80 ft.
LG$170.00=10 lb, sows 275 ft.
GA2MUSIC ARIACert. BD/OGHEIRLOOM from . SHIPS SEPT through DEC 2017. HARDNECK PORCELAIN garlic, a vigorous grower with usually 4-7 large cloves with good flavor. Easy to peel.Approximately 5-6 bulbs per pound. With every bulb you get about 4-7 plants. Very easy to grow and a hardy type for severe winters. HEIRLOOM from .Our Music Aria garlic strain started with Al Music who brught it back from his homeland in Italy to Canada, and was further selected by Danielle LaBerge in Quebec, then passed on to Jean-David Derramaux who began the Healing Plant Gardens at Camphill Village USA in upstate New York in the 1990's. Now it has transferred itself to Nebraska and has done very well here. This garlic grows bigger than any garlic we have ever grown, yet maintains its great flavor.! It is truly outsanding in every way. For best results of nicely formed garlic bulbs, plant in autumn. We sow in October about 6-8 inches apart in the row. We plant ours in mid-October in Nebraska. We are zone 4. Harvest in July.
S$17.00=1/2 lb, sows 10 ft.
M$22.00=1 lb, 18 ft.
LG$55.00=3 lb, sows 50 ft.
XL$150.00=10 lb, 165 ft.