Garlic Bulbils

Garlic bulbils are small pea or grain of rice sized seeds that grow from the flower like stalk of a hardneck garlic plant called a scape. These bulbils can be used as seed stock for future crops of garlic. 

Garlic Hummus

Garlic hummus is made with roasted garlic cloves and garlic powder combined with garbanzo beans to create a tasty dip best enjoyed with veggies or pita bread. 

Porcelain Hardneck Garlic 

Typically contains about 5 large cloves wrapped in a very smooth, white, papery sheath. We are currently growing Music and German White varieties. Both are national favorites.  They have a rich full-bodied taste and a medium-hot flavor. The large bulb size makes these great for roasting.

Rocambole Hardneck Garlic

Typically contains about 8-10 cloves. Often mentioned to be some of the finest tasting of all garlics with a pleasantly hot and spicy taste. We currently grow the very popular Spanish Roja variety.

Garlic Powder

Garlic powder is made from matured cured bulbs. The garlic cloves are sliced and dehydrated then ground into a fine powder that can be used in many of your favorite dishes. 

Softneck Garlic

Typically contains more cloves and store longer than hardnecks. Softnecks do not produce an edible scape. Often have a hotter and spicier taste. We currently grow the artichoke variety Inchellium Red and the silverskin variety Nootka Rose.

Purple Striped Hardneck Garlic

Typically contains about 8 medium cloves wrapped in a purple streaked papery sheath. We currently grow Chesnok Red, Purple Glazer, and Northern Jewel varieties. These have a wonderful medium garlicky taste that mellows when cooked.

Black Garlic

Black garlic has a very unique flavor, a sweet savory and balsamic flavor with no resemblance to that of raw garlic. It has a soft tender texture and almost melts in your mouth. It adds a unique flavor to many dishes. Black garlic is slow cooked for 12 days to produce this dark caramelized looking product. 

Our Products

Garlic Pesto

Garlic pesto is made from the scape of a hardneck garlic plant. It provides a nice garlicky kick to many dishes. Try it on pizza as a substitute for the sauce, add it to pasta dishes, or just as a dip or spread with your favorite snacks and sandwiches.

Garlic Scapes

Hardneck garlic produces a flower like curly stalk called a scape in early summer. This edible tender portion of the plant is very delicious with a milder garlic flavor and is great grilled, sauteed with olive oil, or made into pesto.