One pound of our farm-grown fresh garlic, delivered to your door! Choose from German White or Primo's Garlic.
"German White", is often referred to as "German Extra Hardy", or "Music".
Perfect for eating OR planting! 4-6 gigantic cloves per head with a delicious, spicy flavor. One pound of garlic is enough seed to grow roughly 25-30 plants.
Depending on the size of the heads, one pound of garlic is usually 6-7 heads. We ship out all garlic orders each week on Fridays.
For the first time, we are offering a limited quantity of Crystal's Italian grandfather, Primo Calabrese's, garlic. He grew his garlic for decades, and Crystal has been growing it to continue the Calabrese tradition. Although nobody knows the actual variety, it is delicious! We call it "Primo's Garlic". The plants are shorter with broader, more succulent leaves than our German White. It is a hardneck variety, which means it makes a scape that must be removed to size up the bulb. Primo's Garlic comes up a little later than our German White in the spring, and is harvested about a week or so later in July. The heads tend to be smaller, on average, than the German White, with smaller cloves. There is usually a partial second ring of cloves.
Perfect for eating OR planting! 6+ loves per head with a delicious, spicy flavor. One pound of garlic is enough seed to grow roughly 36-45 plants.
Your order will include our garlic growing tips to help you successfully grow your own garlic!
Due to quarantine restrictions, we cannot ship our garlic to the following counties in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. We also cannot ship to Alaska, Hawaii, or outside the USA. Please do not purchase our garlic if you live in the following counties:
Idaho: Ada, Bingham, Blaine, Boise, Bonneville, Canyon, Cassia, Elmore, Gem, Gooding, Jefferson, Jerome, Lincoln, Madison, Minidoka, Owyhee, Payette, Power, Twin Falls, Washington
Orgeon: Malheur County
Washington: Adams, Benton, Franklin, Grant, Klickitat
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... the artisans behind under the tree leather goods, and the farmers behind under the tree farm.
We live and work on our beautiful fruit farm in the rolling hills of the Finger Lakes region of New York State. During the growing season, we are farmers by day and craftspeople by night.