We carry a large selection of hardneck and softneck garlic bulbs for home gardeners. From Artichoke, Purple Stripe, Porcelain, Rocambole and Silverskin garlic seed varieties for planting. Planting garlic seed in the fall will give your a bountiful harvest the following summer. Freshly grown garlic cloves has so much more flavor than plain white garlic bought at the supermarket. Use our garlic comparison chart to decide which garlic is best for you.
A fantastic garlic holds its shape and flavor well when cooked. Stores well.
A “Garlic Lovers” garlic! This garlic is prized for it’s mild flavor and ease of peeling.
Early Italian Red hardneck garlic is a very heat-tolerant porcelain-type garlic that can be planted in spring in northern gardens for a fall harvest!
A very large garlic that can weight over 1 lb.! Tasty and mild flavor.
A gourmet best-selling garlic for home gardens! Excellent classic rich flavor. Outer wrapper varies in color, from a rich cream to deep purple stripes.
German Giant is a large garlic that has become popular for its strong, spicy flavor. Many believe it to be one of the best tasting garlics available.
A mix of our three favorite garlic for home gardens.
Excellent planting garlic variety that produces bulbs great for culinary use.
One of the best in taste without all the heat. This garlic does well in any climate!
Purple Glazer is an excellent variety hailing from the Republic of Georgia. Purple Glazer has fat white cloves with deep purple streaks.
Mid-season. Siberian is a great producer in cold climates. Does great for all northern gardeners. The cloves are protected by an attractive light red skin.
Georgian Fire garlic has the classic porcelain sheen and flavor. These are the beauty queens of the garlic world.
Another vigorous member of the Artichoke family, the Red Toch variety produces 12 to 18 cloves in a typical bulb.
Mild French has delicious flavor gaining more heat the farther North it is grown. A very long storing garlic up to 1 year!
Nootka Rose garlic was created on a farm in Washington State. The cloves have a dark coloration, typically brown with red streaks.