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Information and FAQ's


General Garlic Questions

 

What is a Hardneck Garlic?

Hardnecks (Allium sativum ssp. ophioscorodon) are closer to wild garlic, with complex flavors. These are the garlics that some compare to wines with subtle differences that reflect the regional soil and weather patterns. One simple benefit to the cook is the way some of their skins slip off smoothly. Hardnecks do not store as long as softnecks—cure them, eat them within 6-10 months, and get to know their distinctive flavors.

What is a Softneck Garlic?

This is the garlic you’ll find in most grocery stores. The bulb has a mild flavor. A great virtue of the softneck garlic (Allium sativum ssp. sativum) is that it stores very well. Since the necks are (literally) soft, you can cut them nice and long for braiding.

 

What is a Garlic Braid?

This is a group of softneck garlics that are braided together. They last a long time and make very nice gifts.

Garlic Braide
 

What is a Garlic Bunch?

This is a group of hardneck garlics that are bunched together (because their stems are to hard to be braided). They last a long time and make very nice gifts.

Garlic Bunch

 


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ph: 406-862-1123
For orders larger than 10 lbs, call for special pricing and shipping rates.


Shipping

We ship to continental US only.

Shipping is by USPS Priority Mail, so package arrives 2-3 days after package is sent.

Amount of Garlic Shipping Costs
1 lb. $7.20
2-5 lbs. $13.65
6-10 lbs. $18.90
Greater than 11 lbs. Call 406-862-1123 for special pricing

 


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