We offer several different organically grown, heirloom varieties of garlic in our Etsy shop. Each garlic variety has its own unique flavor and qualities. Garlic is available from harvest (late July) until sold out. All of varieties are sutible for planting or enjoying in cooking. 

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A handful of Homestead garlic. This is the garlic that my parents have grown for over 40 years on their homestead in upstate New York.  I have grown it in every garden I have had as adult,. Like my parents, I have always saved out the best bulbs and cloves for planting again for the next years's crop. 

A handful of Homestead garlic. This is the garlic that my parents have grown for over 40 years on their homestead in upstate New York.  I have grown it in every garden I have had as adult,. Like my parents, I have always saved out the best bulbs and cloves for planting again for the next years's crop. 

Porcelain garlics have a hard stem and each bulb usually has four to six giant cloves, making it easy to peel and prepare if you need a lot of  garlic quickly for a recipe. Pictured above is German Extra Hardy. 

Porcelain garlics have a hard stem and each bulb usually has four to six giant cloves, making it easy to peel and prepare if you need a lot of  garlic quickly for a recipe. Pictured above is German Extra Hardy. 

Softneck garlic has several rings of cloves around a soft stem. The soft stems make them the ideal choice for braiding.  Softnecks tend to be milder than their hardneck cousins and are very good keepers. Pictured above is soft neck Kettle River Giant. 

Softneck garlic has several rings of cloves around a soft stem. The soft stems make them the ideal choice for braiding.  Softnecks tend to be milder than their hardneck cousins and are very good keepers. Pictured above is soft neck Kettle River Giant. 

Rocombole garlic is a type of hardneck garlic. These varieties tend to have the deepest, most full bodied flavor, and often the bulbs have several huge double cloves making peeling and processing for cooking a breeze. They do not store as well as softneck or porcelain varieties, Pictured above is Homestead, the heirloom rocambole garlic that my parents have been growing for over 40 years on their homestead in upstate NY. 

Rocombole garlic is a type of hardneck garlic. These varieties tend to have the deepest, most full bodied flavor, and often the bulbs have several huge double cloves making peeling and processing for cooking a breeze. They do not store as well as softneck or porcelain varieties, Pictured above is Homestead, the heirloom rocambole garlic that my parents have been growing for over 40 years on their homestead in upstate NY.