SKU: 5123



Organic Garlic Sampler

Total of 1.5 lbs. of garlic - 4 varieties/1/2 pound each - which varieties will vary depending on availability as the selling season progresses.

Arlington, Washington, near Seattle. 

Can't decide what variety of garlic to order? Let us decide for you. Photo is only a representation of what you might get.
Very Limited quantities.

Can't decide which variety to order? Try 4 different varieties - all in one sampler. Then you can decide which ones you like best... Varities sent will depend on what is available in stock when you place your order.

About Hard-Neck Garlic:
Mark's garlic is nothing like the stuff you find at the grocery store. Grocery buyers purchase and store "soft neck" variety garlic in enormous quantities. It has the longest shelf life (convenient and economical for the store) but it is the hardest to peel (so vexing for the customer!). Plus, the clove size varies, often leaving you with some of those teeny, tiny cloves that are barely worth the effort.

Mark, on the other hand, grows “hard neck” garlic, named for the hard stalk in the center of the head. Hard neck cloves are more uniform in size and they can grow to be quite large – "some almost the size of a golf ball."  (And yes, we do mean each clove!) Garden Treasures' garlic is beautifully shaped, the outside smooth and unblemished and each clove plump and healthy. When you open the head, the cloves are firm, moist and smooth, with very little space between them. And there’s none of that struggling with brittle, tough skin: the cloves nearly peeled as easily as a piece of waxed cheese.

Uses for all this delicious garlic:
Megan at say she usually just eats them - all of them! - raw. Her method: Put a clove through the garlic press and spread it on generously buttered bread. Mmmm….good!

Everything from Gardens Treatures Farm is grown without the use of harmful pesticides or chemical fertilizers, and they utilize healthy farming practices to ensure they put as much into their land as they take out. Organically grown.

 Click here to read about the Health Benefits of Great Garlic