Vegetables

Type

Planting Time

Garlic Bulbs

Our widely adapted garlic are easy to grow, richly flavored and will keep up to 10 months after harvest. Try multiple varieties to discover the wonderful different flavors.

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  • Garlic, German Red, , large

    Short Description

    Strong, spicy, robust flavor. Well suited for cold winters.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
  • Customer favorite
    Garlic, Elephant, , large

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    Enormous bulbs weigh up to 1 lb.! Has a milder, mellower flavor.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
  • Garlic, Spanish Roja, , large

    Short Description

    The garlic of choice in fine restaurants because of its easy-to-peel cloves and outstanding rich garlic flavor.

    $15.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Garlic, Early Italian, , large

    Short Description

    Produces larger cloves than most softnecks. Better adapted to summer heat.

    $15.95
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  • Garlic, Inchelium Red, , large

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    National taste-test winner in the softneck division.

    $15.95
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  • Garlic, Music, , large

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    One of the best known and most sought after.

    $15.95
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  • Garlic, Italian Late, , large

    Short Description

    A very late maturing variety that then keeps exceptionally long. Perfect variety to extend your harvest time.

    $15.95
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  • Garlic, Ajo Rojo, , large

    Short Description

    Beautiful red-burgundy hardneck variety.

    $15.95
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  • Garlic, Purple Glazer, , large

    Short Description

    Originated in South Russia. Rich purple striped skin.

    $15.95
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  • Customer favorite
    Garlic, Extra Select , , large

    Short Description

    These California produced mother bulbs are made up of several cloves.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
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    Garlic, Georgia Crystal, , large

    Short Description

    Hardneck porcelain garlic has buttery flavor when roasted.

    $15.95
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    Garlic, Montana Giant, , large

    Short Description

    Hardneck Rocambole has large cloves great for cooking.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
  •  Garlic, Italian Loiacono , , large

    Short Description

    Heirloom from 1912 brought to the USA by the Loiacono family.

    $15.95
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  • Garlic, Shilla, , large

    Short Description

    Hardneck turban is one of the earliest varieties to harvest in spring.

    $15.95
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  • Garlic, Chinese Pink, , large

    Short Description

    Very early variety that produces a nice very compact bulb with many small cloves layered inside the bulb.

    $15.95
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  • Garlic, Burpee's Best Spring Collection, , large

    Short Description

    The very best garlics for planting in spring.

    $59.95
    Bulbs
  • Garlic, California Early, , large

    Short Description

    Mild tasting with subtle flavor that is extremely popular.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
  • Garlic, Spanish Benitee, , large

    Short Description

    Mild pungency with long storability

    $15.95
    Plants
  • Garlic, Killarney Red, , large

    Short Description

    Strong and nutty flavor. Grows well in wet conditions.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
  • Garlic, Silver Rose, , large

    Short Description

    Very fast growing with mild flavor. Great for braiding too.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
  • Garlic, Nootka Rose, , large

    Short Description

    Rich strong flavor abounds from the medium bulb that produces many cloves.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
  • Garlic, Maiskij, , large

    Short Description

    Hardneck turban variety with robust pungency.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
  • Garlic, Cuban Purple, , large

    Short Description

    One of the best for raw eating.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
  • Garlic, Red Toch, , large

    Short Description

    Softneck artichoke variety that is ready for early harvest.

    $15.95
    Bulbs
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