Heirloom Softneck Garlic Grown in Carbondale, CO

  • 2020s harvest is in and it was our best year ever! After 7 years of selection our Italian Purple Soft Neck Garlic produced beautifully with impressive size and yield. The flavor of this soft neck is divine and its storage abilities are unmatched.  Soft neck garlic is great for braiding and makes incredible gifts. We sow in early October with 6-9 inches between bulbs with a light covering of mulch (straw, leaves or compost will work)
  • Georgian Crystal

    If you are after big cloves this is your garlic. A Porcelain type hard neck garlic with big beautiful cloves and consistent production in our Colorado climate.  This garlic holds its flavor when cooked and is delicious. Stores well for a hardneck and makes beautiful scapes for an additional bonus when grown.  This is an exceptional variety and all seed cloves will be big and beautiful!
  • Music Hardneck Garlic

    Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Hardeneck Porcelain. Named after Al Music who brought this amazing garlic from Italy to Ontario in the 1980s. Maybe the best Hardneck garlic we have ever grown! Epic production this season, with nice plants and equally nice wrapper leaves.   A very good cold-climate variety, producing wonderfully in our gardens. Makes between 4-7 large, easy to peel cloves per bulb, with shiny-white sheaths and pink-tinged clove skins. Very popular among producers and a must have in our gardens! 20–30 cloves per pound.
  • Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon  Maybe the best storing Hardneck garlic. Great flavor that improves as it ages. Can store into may creating a great source of garlic until the scapes come. A lovely variety Also known as Samarkind and Duganskij, though originally from Kazakhstan. 
  • llium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Incredible flavor in this Rocambole type garlic. Brought to the Pacific Northwest by Russian immigrants in the early 1900s, and so named for its mottled burgundy skin. Forms a ring of 6–12 large plump cloves around a central stalk. Keeps well for over six months. Very productive in our fields. 50–60 cloves per pound
  • German Extra Hardy

    Allium sativum subs. ophioscorodon Big Porcelain bulbs typically yield four to eight huge cloves; Favored by northern growers for its hardiness range, this is a dependable producer even in poorer conditions.  White outer skin, red inner skins. Hardy plants, hearty flavor, excellent storage. Also known as German Stiffneck and German White.


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