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You Pick Eight Garlic Sampler Pack

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You Pick Eight, 8 pack Sampler - one of each bulb of your choosing (*Will begin shipping approximately the 1st or 2nd week of Sept 2018*)

We've taken several of the more popular, unique, or limited quantity varieties and put them in a "You Pick It" sampler pack. Sometimes it can be hard to choose and this sampler will give the garlic lover more options. You can eat or plant these. Most of these varieties require cold. US/C

DuganskiMid-season, Purple Stripe type. A stunningly beautiful garlic with large bulbs and an amazing flavor that matches its looks and size. Purple outer wrappers protect the violet-tinged cloves that burst with a fiery flavor and mellow out with a pleasant after taste.

German Mountain A rocambole, this variety is also said to be known as New York White. (Although it is definitely different than the softneck variety that we grow as New York White) Very nice size bulbs. Averages 8 cloves per bulb.

KisklykPurple Stripe hardneck variety. Originated near Kishlyk, in southern region of Uzbekistan. Typical large bulbs of the Purple Stripe strain with the classic purple and white striped bulb skin. It has a complex flavor and a long shelf life for a Purple Stripe.8 to 10 cloves per bulb. Mid harvest. Stores 3 to 6 months. Produces scapes. Medium to hot flavor

Korean Mountain - A popular strain now with its classic and beautiful Purple Stripe character. From the Republic of Georgia. Good bulb size and very productive.

Lithuanian Purple - A beautiful new marbled purple stripe. This variety was grown for generations in rural Lithuania and came to us from a grandmother Danute. Most bulbs have 6 cloves and a deep purple coloration.

Nepal - very unusual garlic has 8-16 elongated cloves in two layers (the outer of which has plump cloves) on small to medium white bulbs with light purple streaking. It has broad, fibrous vertical leaves and produces multiple sets of bulbils on the stems. It’s sweet flavor builds to a fiery and lingering crescendo. “Lasun” is the Nepali word for garlic.

Pskem - Unique rich colored garlic. 2 to 4 large cloves set in a satin finish of purple. Becoming very popular. From Pskem River Valley, Uzbekistan

Leningrad - This porcelain hardneck can grow tall. Scapes can reach above 4 feet. 4-6 plump, easy to peel cloves which is typical for Porcelains. Skins can be white or have a purple tinge. Originated in Gatersleben, Germany. Likes cold weather and comes out with a spicy, bold, big flavor. Great storage.

Chesnok Red - This hardneck garlic produces large bulbs with purple striped wrappers. It is superb for cooking, holding its flavor and offering a distinctive, lingering taste for the garlic connoisseur. You get 5-10 easy to peel cloves per bulb. The variety may have originated in Georgia (the one in Asia) where it is known as Shevlisi. Grows nationwide and is tied with Spanish Roja for our best all-round variety, but it doesn't mind cold winters either.

Elephant CloveA single, really large Elephant garlic clove that is mild in flavor. Great for garlic mashed potatoes, roasting, or adding to your soups and stews. Extremely easy to peel. Long shelf life. Prefers longer cooler growing season.

Inchelium Red - Our favorite among the softnecks. Its relatively spicy but prolonged taste won the 1990 garlic tasting test at Rodale Kitchens. Originally found growing in the Colville Indian Reservation, it is an "artichoke" softneck. The bulbs can be rather large, sometimes 3 inches across, and can have up to 20 cloves. It stores well. The flavor becomes more pronounced over time.

Montana Giant - This hardneck Rocambole hailing from the North is quickly becoming one of our grower favorites. We are excited to have it this year. This garlic lives up to its name with consistent large cloves, around 8-10 per bulb. Can be more white or have purple skins depending where it is grown. Stores well for a hardneck and has a full rich flavor, sometimes sweet and sometimes spicy. Requires that cold weather for proper growth and development.

Northern White - Nice sized porcelain hardneck garlic with large,solid, easy to peel cloves.This is also known as German White. This Teutonic Allium means business when it comes to flavor. Grows well throughout much of the U.S., and really likes cold northern winters and stores well.

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  1. "Everything Looks Great" 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 22nd Oct 2012

    Your products have always been excellent but maybe the best time to review this current Sampler Pack is after the crop has come in next June/July. Thank you.


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