Loading... Please wait...

Popular Brands

Our Newsletter

Sort by:

Hardneck/ Rocambole/ Turban/Creole/Asiatics



1/2lb of hardnecks will get you 15-20 plants/cloves.


This is where the real flavor is, say garlic aficionados. Since hardnecks have many fewer cloves, the cloves are larger and easier to peel. The tall scapes, when cut, make a great stir fry vegetable and also a stunning floral piece. Planted bulbs can yield 5-8 times their weight in harvest. A half pound will provide cloves for between 15-20 plants (plant the larger cloves, eat the smaller ones!). See How to Grow Garlic for planting details, or our video, A Garlic Gardener's Guide. TheGarlicStore.com at 5313 Mail Creek Lane is a Certifed Organic Processor/Handler by the Colorado Department of Agriculture. All varieties are certified organic.

Also Try: Softnecks    Hardnecks    Elephants    Bulbils    Organic Fertilizer    Sampler Packs    Baby Green Garlic 

Most garlic varieties will grow almost anywhere, but we have indicated those with special qualities: C = likes cold weather; W = likes warmer weather; US = Grows nationwide


Rocambole: European plant (Allium sativum var. ophioscordon) having a garliclike bulb. 2. The bulb of this plant used as a seasoning.
ETYMOLOGY: French, from German Rockenbolle : Rocken, distaff (from Middle High German rocke, from Old High German rocko, from Vulgar Latin *rotica, from Latin rotre, to turn; see rotate) + Bolle, bulb (from Middle High German bolle, from Old High German bolla, ball.

We reserve the right to impose maximum quantity limits per variety per customer when supplies become limited. Please let us know if you do not want us to substitute a similar garlic variety if your selection is sold out. Otherwise we will substitute at the same or lower price. In order to meet demand, we may provide planting stock grown by other certified organic growers.

A = available/shipping now
AO =accepting advance orders for the 2015 crop for shipping in time for fall planting 

SO = sold out/not available
indicates BEST BUY- an exceptional harvest this year.