100-105 2 Heads of Garlic a week and some seed

Based on 100-105 heads.. Mandy here! 2019 had 32 inches of rain and while we were able to have the garlic grow, what we learned in painful detail is what that kind of moisture can do to interrupt the curing process. We found 40% of our crop did not cure for longevity due to too much moisture. Unlike store bought garlic, our garlic is not irradiated. We leave the stalks and roots on the bulbs while they cure. We bundle 10 garlic stems together, tie with twine, and hang bulb-side down in a cool, dark place. We normally allow the bulbs to cure for 6-8 weeks. 2019 found us in a position where the garlic started to green much sooner than normal years. Our village of customers was able to keep a close eye on the garlic they had purchased and were able to mince, freeze and dehydrate our garlic so that they could preserve it better. 2020 has seen more rain than 2019. What is important to us is that our village of people are able to enjoy the benefits of our garlic for the long winter season and what we have learned is that it is going to be a partnership between us and our customers to make sure that the moisture does not shorten the life of our beautiful garlic. Garlic is a powerful tool to help deal with inflammation and blood pressure! Russian Red garlic a hardneck variety has big bulbs that have a slightly purple skin that wraps the bulbs and cloves. This variety is a great garlic to grow for soil conditions that are slightly damp. Russian Red is one of the most flavorful heirloom garlic we offer. Persian Star With origins in the central Asian nation of Uzbekistan, Persian Star garlic is a hardneck variety. This means it will grow a scape, a flowering stem, which is edible. Hardnecks have cloves that form in a single ring in the bulb. Persian Star garlic flavor is unique and slightly milder than other garlic varieties! The best value for our garlic is to get a few friends together and do a group purchase! Neighborhood buys are a great way to save you money! Garlic makes a great gift that many will appreciate. Birthdays, holidays, new baby and more. Early July- Scapes Late July - Fresh Garlic Early August- Garlic Seed available Mid August- Garlic for curing available

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100-105  2 Heads of Garlic a week and some seed
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