Our Current Garlic Varieties
Marbled:

  Khabar,
Origin is from eastern Siberia near the city of Khabarovsk. A very good producer for us, with full very almost round cloves with a dark purple skin. A pungent variety that starts out hot and gets hotter then lingers. Plenty of this type should be in stock for 2017. They will be large and tasty.

Our Current Garlic Varieties
Porcelains:

Hadrut or Armenian,
  Origin is from southern Armenia. A very good producer for us, with large leaves and scapes. These plants grow very tall with heavy leaves 3-5 cloves per bulb great flavor and works well many ways, including pickling. Largest cloves in Porcelain types, remember your buying by the pound so don't worry if the bulbs have less cloves. Great for those who only like using one or two in the kitchen. Most of our Porcelains have less cloves but they are very large. Porcelain types are great for new or experienced growers.

German White or Music,
    Another great Porcelain type that is a good choice as it is easy to grow. Mild to medium heat here depending on how one uses it, more flavor is developing each year. Four to six medium to large cloves with a pinkinsh hue, great choice. Grows like most Porcelains tall and vigorous. Usually 30-40 cloves per lb. in our larger Porcelains

Our Current Garlic Varieties
Porcelains:

 Krasnodar White,
      It's origin is from the province of Krasnodar in southwest Russia near the Black Sea. Nutty and starchy when roasted but hot and sulfurous in it's raw state. Bulbs and cloves are slightly smaller than other Porcelains we grow but have a beautiful pinkish to lavender hue. A great choice if your garden is lacking space. Grows shorter than other Porcelains with smaller stems. Seed from this type may not be available this season. Contact me to find out email or phone is fine.

Georgia Fire,
    Another great porcelain type and large clove producer. Tall plants with heavy leaves and scape, scapes pickle very nicely. More complexity as the bulbs store, with a good hit and a lingering savory flavor. Bulbs medium to large, some jumbo's but mostly very large cloves close to golf ball size.

Our Current Garlic Varieties
Purple Striped:

 Kishlyk,
Rare and vigorous grower. Origin is south of Samarkand in Kishlyk Uzbekistan. Another very good producer as it moves foward in years with us. Crecent shaped cloves and not as spicy but my favorite in salads, a great complex flavor. Medium to large bulbs with 6-9 medium sized cloves. Used often in my kitchen! Stores well 6 months or more. This one should be plentiful and cannot be passed up.

Shvelisi,
Know more commonly as Chesnok Red. Chesnok being the Russian word for Garlic. Usually a few more cloves, some bulbs will have two rows, most will not from our stock. Grows well eats even better. Getting larger as it is adapting to MN climate slowly. Roasts awesome, great in sautee's too. A favorite in many kitchens, store's well also. Very short supply on this type so get your order in early! Contact me to find out if stock is available email or phone is fine.

Our Current Garlic Varieties
Rocambole:

Russian Red,
Brought to Canada in the 19th Century by the Doukhobors. Used often in many kitchens! Usually medium bulbs, but some will grow larger with shorter vegetation and cloves. 5-8 Deeper colored cloves they are more round in shape and flavor matches that. One great garlic here with a milder flavor. Stores well also but a little fussy to grow. Supply is very limited.

Our Current Garlic Varieties
Unclassified:


Chimyan,
Another rare type we have aquired. Originally collected in the Chimyan Mountains in Uzbekistan. Grows very strong with a deep green vegetation. Scapes are delicious and have become my wife's favorite along with the cloves. 4-6 larger than average for it's type cloves, very strong flavor and bite here raw, but a great flavor when cooked. One special Garlic here for sure! Plenty of this type should be available this 2017 season for the kitchen, but seed stock may be in short supply. Contact me to find out email or phone is fine.

Our Current Garlic Varieties
Asiatic:

Sakura,
Our Sakura was very spicy and pungent last year when eaten raw, but it come's on very strong and lingers quickly. I think this is because of our climate. I use this one in a variety of dishes, but primarily in marinades as it holds it's own against the other ingredients. We also use this one of course in stir fry's, but with a limited supply and as many of those types dishes we cook we run out quickly. Get some if you can, supply will be very limited! In our climate this one only makes less cloves, many bulbs will only have 2-3 cloves some will have 4-5 and it makes bulbils in the midstem. In a more temperate climate this one will produce 5 or more cloves. These bulbils are like a prize and can be eaten. A great addition in your salsa or used in soups or marinades, they are pretty hot in my opinion. They can also be planted in the spring and you will have something like a very hot spring onion. Contact me to find out email or phone is fine.

Kitchen Stock
All our kitchen stock comprises from all the listed varieties and types. If you have a particular type you like we will ship it right out. We can get you the garlic you like for your kitchen on a first come first served basis. So first orders in first out, that's always been our policy. All garlics are wonderful in the kitchen, but if your not sure just what to use for a specific dish please just ask, we can make a pretty good sugesstion for a specific dish. We cook everyday and use our garlic and powder exclusively. So from a stir-fry to a roasted dish or a sautee'd masterpiece our garlic will get you the best tatse around.

Garlis scapes are in season right now, if you like stir fry's or want to try something different let me know right away. You just can't beat fresh!!
We are still offering our great garlic in a powder form.
Gourmet Garlic Powder for your kitchen in small or large quantities. Look on our pricing page for your best option.