Good for raw eating, with rich, not-too-hot garlic flavor. Mild garlic flavor when cooked. Exceptional in mashed potatoes.
45-50 cloves per pound. Can produce large bulbs.
Purple stripe (hardneck)
Great all-purpose garlic. Rich garlic flavor that turns garlicky-sweet when roasted. Stores about 6-7 months.
45-50 large cloves per pound. Can produce large bulbs. Grows well in most areas of the country. Good disease resistance.
Artichoke garlic (softneck)
Mild garlic variety capable of growing very large bulbs. Delicious in mashed potatoes, fish and other dishes where you need a lighter garlic touch.
About 60 cloves per bulb.
Asiatic variety (hardneck)
Trial variety for 2015. Produces elongated, swan-neck scapes with pearl-like bulbils. Extremely hot when eaten raw.
Hot when eaten raw. Robust flavor when cooked. Very popular with chefs. Stores about 8-9 months or longer.
30-40 large cloves per pound. Can produce large bulbs. Good disease resistance.
Raw, very hot. Adds an earthy, spicy garlic flavor when cooked. Stores about 5-6 months.
35-45 large cloves per pound. Can produce large bulbs.
Russian Red has a rich, complex taste. It's one of our favorite heirloom garlic varieties to use in cooking.
Rosewood's one of the hottest raw garlic varieties on the planet. A must for those who love hot and spicy flavor.
Medium garlic flavor cooked Produces very high allicin levels when crushed. Stores about 7-8 months.
35-45 large cloves per pound. Produces medium to large-sized bulbs. Good disease resistance.
Trial variety for 2014. Grows big, satiny white bulbs. One of the hottest garlic varieties on the planet.
Artichoke variety (softneck)
French softneck garlic. Possibly available in 2016. Good for braiding. Incredibly rich, complex flavor. Wonderful in cooked dishes and roasted.
Produced from hardneck garlic when garlic scapes are allowed to mature. Seeds can be planted to produce a genetically identical garlic bulb within 2-3 years. Great way for patient gardeners to increase garlic stock,
Available in late spring. Produced as a flower stalk from hardneck garlic. Delicious in stir fries, pesto, grilled, and in other dishes. Fresh, earthy, light garlic taste.
Rocambole (hardneck). Considered by many to be one of the best tasting heirloom garlic varieties. Good garlic for growing in wetter conditions.
Spicy Garlic Sampler
Collection of heirloom garlic varieties known for their spicy-hot goodness.
Roasted Garlic Sampler
A collection of heirloom garlic varieties particularly suited for roasting.
We raise registered Shetland sheep to manage the pasture and increase the soil's fertilty. We occasionally have sheep and lambs available for spinners' flocks and small farms.
For fiber artists and people who love to spin their own wool, we have raw wool from our Shetland sheep.
A hard-to-find rocambole garlic that can grow large to extra-large sized bulbs.