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Welcome to our online farmers market catalog.
Five ways to buy from the growers in our Farmers Market:

1. - If you know the name of the garlic you want to buy,
click here look it up in an alphabetical listing and click on the name of the one you want.
or
2. - If you don't know the name of the garlic you want to buy,
click here look it up in a list sorted by mild, medium and hot/strong
and click on the name of one that sounds good to you.
or
3. - If you just want a sampler assortment
click here buy a sampler assortment of several varieties.
and click on the name of one that sounds good to you.
or
4. - Click here to go to our farmers market and click on the picture
of a grower you feel good about and buy from them.
or
5.- Call Bob at (325) 348-3049

Order now for fall shipment.

We now include an online garlic gardeners market where you buy direct
from each grower - just like at your local farmers market.

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New! - Updated May 13, 2014 -
If you are an organic/natural grower of garlic and have some good size, well-grown, clean, healthy bulbs for sale,
please E-Mail bob@web-access.net and let's talk. We're always looking for top quality garlic growers.




How the Online Garlic Farmer's Market got started.

In 2009, at age 70 I retired as a commercial grower and not wanting to completely abandon my many customers I thought about opening up a farmers market where they could buy from good growers.

In 2010 I put together a garlic growers farmers market on my website so that small organic and sustainable growers could sell direct to the public at their prices. We started off with four growers and sales started off a little slow but built up as people became accustomed to the concept and more growers became interested.

By bringing buyer and grower together, we have served a valuable function to both. Neither we nor any other small grower can satisfy the market needs for these garlics but by combining resources, we can help more buyers find their cherished garlics and more growers find a good market for their best garlic.

There are lots of good organic growers located in remote rural areas or other areas that do not have adequate local sales. We have provided such growers with a market they would not otherwise have and permitted them to increase their sales and incomes. We have served as a resource to the public seeking exotic gourmet garlics and have built up an impressive following.

If you are an organic/natural grower who can grow more than you can sell locally, and if your garlic meets our quality standards, E-Mail me, bob@web-access.net and let's talk about doing some business together. We're looking for the best you have to offer because the people who buy the garlic expect the best, so send out quality garlic - your reputation rests on it and first impressions are very important.

This could result in a lot of future repeat sales nationwide from people who have enjoyed your garlic.


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What we are doing in 2014.

Our website has been getting hundreds of visitors every day since 1997 and we currently get about 20,000 page views a month in the off-season and up to 50,000 a month in the peak season. We get plenty of traffic but intend to increase it with a Google-based ad campaign during the peak season and have a bright future.

Our attractive and informative website serves to increase the desire of people to try the garlics they see and read about. By letting garlic lovers know that so many kinds exist and a little about them, we create an appetite for them and also provide people an opportunity to buy these exotic garlics direct from the growers.

By providing top quality garlic we cause our customers to want to buy from us again and to tell their friends about the interesting garlics they got - everyone wants to share a good thing to make it even better. You cannot generate this kind of excitement with second-rate garlic, only the best will do.

I share the attraction of my website with participating farmers, gardeners & growers who qualify and want to sell to a national audience and who have their own e-commerce websites. I put pictures of the growers in our farmers market page and links to their websites so people can get to know them and buy from them. I also put in additional links from my website to their websites at places in my website where the cultivars they grow are sold. That is. if a farmer grows Inchelium Red and Persian Star, he or she should put an ad in the Inchelium Red page and also in the Persian Star page. This will send a lot of people to their website seeking the exact garlics they grow.

Each grower in our farmers market will sell direct to the general public with each grower setting their own prices, warranties and other customer relations, pretty much like any other farmers market in the country.

There are two kinds of memberships; permanent year around membership and temporary peak seasonal membership. All must have a website where they can process sales.

Permanent members have a year around exposure so people will have all year long to get to know them and place orders for fall delivery. People prefer to buy from familiar faces. This will allow growers to communicate with people and increase their market appeal all year long.

Temporary seasonal memberships allow a grower to come in set up and sell garlic and when the season is over, close down and no more expense until next year. The following year their links are restored and updated and put into operation again.

For additional fees we can provide separate ads (banners) within our website directing the public to growers' websites.

I expect to continue signing up new growers continually and will likely have many growers online by year's end and the more growers, the more business everyone does, especially if the growers are pround of their websites and send as many people to them as possible.

I am no longer a full size commercial grower of garlic but maintain only a small garden to preserve some rare cultivars to sell at the local farmers market or through the website. I do not want any grower to see me as a competitor but only as a facilitator and resource. For all practical purposes, Gourmet Garlic Gardens, no longer sells on our own website anymore. All new incoming sales go to the growers, not us.

I do not presently grow or sell any garlic orders myself but reserve the right to do so in the future,

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Our Farmers'Market program
There are some expenses involved in joining our market. Each grower must be a member of our market and each grower must have a website of their own, which we do not provide, to work with our system.

We charge a one-time setup charge of $50 plus $100 for annual prepaid dues. Annual membership dues are $100 and put a yearround ad in our farmers market page linking to your website. Renewal annual membership fees are billed to the growers' credit/debit card automatically unless other arrangements are made.

When you are ready to begin accepting orders, place ads in each of the cultivars you want to sell through our website. Each ad is $10, monthly or $100 annually

Each grower will have their own website and can process their own credit/debit card sales and keep all the money from their sales; we get paid based on the number of links we put in our website to their website to refer customers looking for their kinds of garlic to their website so customers can buy from them. In short, we funnel traffic to their website. That's what we get paid for doing.

We wish also to accommodate those who don't want year around membership and so allow seasonal ads at $20.00 monthly each in advance.

Gourmet Garlic Gardens requires every grower who lists with us to have at least one link in the farmers market page. Those who wish to have greater visibility may purchase additional temporary or year-round links in other pages of the website such as pages describing varieties of garlic they have for sale or other pages.

Most growers will probably want to put in a permanent link on the farmers market page and temporary links during June, July, August, September and October among the cultivars they sell as those are our busiest months when the most sales are made. This is all subject to change without prior notice.

We will put together a link and place it in the Farmers Market page along with the pictures of all the other growers. We're promoting a "Know your Grower" theme here to capitalize on the modern trend for people to want real earth-friendly food grown by real earth-friendly people free of pesticides. This link will refer visitors directly to the grower’s website so customers can see who the grower is and look at his or her gardens, depending whatever pictures you put in your website.

Most growers need to have a year round link here for advertising because even if you are out of garlic at the moment, the more people see your website, the more likely they are to buy from you when you do have garlic available. Additional links of the same design can be placed in other locations on the website.

In addition to a year round link in the farmers market page I recommend at least temporary links during June, July, August, September and October in every cultivar growers sell in bulk and also in every sampler assortment they sell. Putting in a few temporary links maybe in assortments in March, April, May and June might also be a good idea since it only takes one average sale per month (average total sale amount with S&H is about $50) to more than pay for each link.

In case you are not clear on how my website works, people looking to buy garlic follow the varieties pages so the Artichoke, Silverskin, Rocambole, Porcelain and the other basic varieties pages are the main pathways people follow to find what they want and so are the sampler assortments page and the farmers market page as well as the specialty areas of scapes, braids, elephant garlic, etc. Each of these pathways can be seen as a cash flow and the more links you have in different cashflows, the more sales you will make. It is also important to have at least one and preferably several links in the Sampler Assortments page because about half our sales are sampler assortments and those are also the most profitable for most growers. Sampler assortments are a good place to sell smaller quantity varieties that you don't have enough of to sell in bulk as well as slightly smaller bulbs so people can get as many kinds of garlic in their sampler as possible.

We require all of our growers to be either Certified Organic (CO) or Certified Naturally Grown (CNG), which we accept as equal to CO even though their organic standards are higher than CO. CNG does not require the burdensome bureaucratic red tape nor the high fees of the CO program. To find out more about CNG:click here:

Our experience so far has been that the more kinds of garlic one has to sell the more sales one makes. If a person has other varieties to sell in addition to their primary garlic, a great many more sales will be made. We had one grower last year who had elephant garlic and one variety of gourmet garlic and his total garlic sales were around $2400 but he did sell out. Most of our growers have caught on to this and now offer several kinds and get more sales. I expect you will sell out if your garlic is truly premium quality garlic.

Some growers average $5,000 to $7,000 through us a year and others over $12,000 to $16,000, while sales of $20,000 to $50,000 are not out of the question for motivated, organized growers, largely dependent on the number of cultivars they have available and whether they want to send sampler assortments as well as bulk sales. As you can see, selling only one cultivar of garlic would greatly limit your sales potential. Still, that is a good place to start and if you decide to add more different kinds to your garden then your income potential for future years is greater and you can add them as you succeed in growing them. Every variety you have for sale on the internet creates an additional income stream. It's your money, do what you want to with it.

If you are an organic/natural grower who can grow more than you can sell locally, and if your garlic meets our quality standards, E-Mail me, bob@web-access.net and let's talk about doing some business together. We're looking for the best you have to offer because the people who buy the garlic expect the best, so send out quality garlic - your reputation rests on it and first impressions are very important.

This could result in a lot of future repeat sales nationwide from people who have enjoyed your garlic.


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Why growers should want to sell through our marketplace.

The bottom line is that We can put in a boothpage for small market growers where there is a greater drawing power than they could generate on their own. It's a well known fact that even if you have an excellent website, it doesn't mean much if you can't attract customers to it among the millions of websites on the internet. We've been on the internet for over 15 years now and are very highly placed in the search engines; depending on what words were used in the search, we're usually on the first page or two on Google, Yahoo and MSN and have been for years. It's hard to get much higher but I'm working on it via Google adwords.

Those who have websites can tell you how hard and expensive it is to get to the top of the search engines and that it takes many thousands of dollars invested and even any high placement is usually only for a short time before anonymity sets in again after the payments stop. Gourmetgarlicgardens.com has been steadily at or near the top of all the major search engines for about a decade now. While I can't predict the future, I doubt that will be changing much any time soon. By partnering with us your website can share our traffic and result in immediate sales.

Our website attracts a lot of people, many of whom are customers looking for garlic to buy and our number of hits continues to increase every year. Our website has had over three million pageviews since 1997. Every year we get hundreds of thousands of pageviews and we anticipate this upward trend will continue and more people will find our website and tell their friends. Hundreds of other websites link to us and this continues to help keep us highly placed in the search engines.

We receive a lot of free publicity each year in newspaper and magazine stories by writers who have found our website to be attractive and uncommonly informative. In the past few years we have been recommended by the NY times, Dallas Morning News, San Francisco Chronicle among many others and Forbes, Organic Gardening, Mother Earth News and many other magazines. In 2009 the AP wrote a story about garlic and mentioned us favorably and sent it to every newspaper in the country. Also a video about us is now circulating all around the country on the RFD-TV channel and we're getting some response from that. Texas Gardener magazine published their second article about us and the garlic in their Sept/Oct. 2007 issue. I find our website being increasingly mentioned in books providing us with publicity for years to come. There will almost certainly be more.

Many thousands of people come to our website each year, some looking for information and some looking to buy garlic. We will send those looking to buy garlic directly to our growers' webpages.

I believe partnering with many small-scale market growers will help our website , the growers and the customers, all - everyone wins, no losers.
I also believe we are the best opportunity small remotely located growers have to increase their customer base to the whole USA and increase sales and profits.
I also believe that by eliminating the middleman, me, and reducing the transportation costs by having the market gardener ship directly to the consumer/gardener, the prices will come down somewhat, allowing for lower consumer prices.
I also believe that public demand for these gourmet garlics is increasing very rapidly and the marketing opportunities are vast and that people will be looking more to the internet even to shop locally and will prefer to purchase as close to home as possible.
I also believe that as the public learns more about the pharmacological properties of garlic, the demand will increase.
I also believe we are on the ground floor of a business that will continue to grow at a rapid rate and lots of money will be made by those prepared for the opportunity.
Finally, I believe the American public is sick and tired of grocery store garlic and are eagerly willing to pay extra for superior quality, toxin-free, non-irradiated garlic.

If you don't have a website yet, get one - you'll love having us send you customers every month without investing a fortune in SEO. Growers use their website as their cash register on the internet.

The links in the varietal pages can be short term or year around are only up as long as a grower wants them left up and may be taken down or left up yearound so as to allow many potential customers to become familiar with the growers and enhance sales prospects for the coming season.

For year around members, rates for each ad are $10 monthly if billed monthly or $100 if paid annually and left up yearround.

The small scale growers I have met generally have had a cooperative attitude toward other growers and bought and sold among themselves as well as the public. Most seem to be consciencious growers and there has been an emphasis on organics and general sustainability. Together we will be able to find ways to serve the steadily increasing Gourmet Garlic marketplace and live long and prosper with it.

If you have been looking for a niche market of some kind where you could make some extra money via the internet, this may be your best chance if you are consciencious and hard working enough to grow superior garlic.

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How to join the Online Garlic Farmer's Market and get Started.

First, you must grow large, healthy, unblemished organic garlic of known cultivar in sufficient number to be meaningful and get a website of your own where you can let people know who you are, what kinds of gourmet garlic you grow and process credit /debit card sales.

In 2010 I put together a garlic growers farmers market on my website so that small organic and sustainable growers could sell direct to the public at their prices. We started off with four growers and sales started off a little slow but built up as people became accustomed to the concept and more growers became interested.

By bringing buyer and grower together, we have served a valuable function to both. Neither we nor any other small grower can satisfy the market needs for these garlics but by combining resources, we can help more buyers find their cherished garlics and more growers find a good market for their best garlic.

There are lots of good organic growers located in remote rural areas or other areas that do not have adequate local sales. We have provided such growers with a market they would not otherwise have and permitted them to increase their sales and incomes. We have served as a resource to the public seeking exotic gourmet garlics and have built up an impressive following.

If you are an organic/natural grower who can grow more than you can sell locally, and if your garlic meets our quality standards, E-Mail me, bob@web-access.net and let's talk about doing some business together. We're looking for the best you have to offer because the people who buy the garlic expect the best, so send out quality garlic - your reputation rests on it and first impressions are very important.

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Rules, Requirements and Qualifications

There always have to be some rules, regulations and qualifications to any enterprise or it gets out of hand in a hurry. There's one main rule and a bunch of lesser ones. Here are a few for starters and we'll adjust as we go:

The main rule is that this is my website, my farmers market and my rules and they are subject to rapid change as I deal with the market conditions as has happened more than once. Growers who cannot tolerate this need to sell their garlic somewhere else but none of the present growers want to leave. This is not a democracy but a place where qualified independent growers can sell their premium produce and get the prices it deserves.

It is in my best interest to help maximize the sales the growers make as that will keep them coming back for more in the future.

The others:

1. All garlic must be grown in North America; that is, in Mexico, the United States of America or Canada - no other countries. I may later start an international garlic market but this first effort is for small scale sustainable North American growers only.

2. All garlic must be grown employing sustainable earth-friendly, people-friendly methodology and without any use of manufactured chemical or refined petroleum products or commercial granular fertilizers containing any toxic substances.

3. All garlic offered to the public through the farmers market must be of high quality and free of pests and pathogens and guaranteed for 30 days by the grower. If any garlic turns out bad within 30 days after receipt by customer, grower must replace the garlic or refund the price of the garlic that went bad.

4. Gourmet Garlic Gardens reserves the right to reject any applicant for any reason it sees fit. We have worked too hard for too long to let anyone who does not meet our standards destroy our great reputation and muddy the waters for all the good, consciencious growers out there.

5. All cultivars offered for sale by a grower must actually be the cultivars claimed.

6. This farmers market is for small scale market gardeners who personally work with and pay close attention to their crop only, We want only those who take pride in their work and whose garlic shows it.

7. Mass commercial conventional chemical agriculture growers of garlic are not eligible to participate; this market is only for small business growers who work their own organic fields.

8. Gourmet Garlic Gardens reserves the right to restrict or cancel the links to the website of any grower who is the subject of excessive customer complaints.

9. All growers must send me samples of their garlic so I may be sure it meets our standards before being admitted to membership.

More as they come to me.
Other Considerations

One of my chief concerns is garlic disease. Unfortunately, there are a few different garlic diseases and pests running around in this country and they're all over the place. I cannot in good conscience support or condone selling such garlic to the public knowing that they will plant it and infect their gardens with garlic diseases and/or pests. I do my best to educate growers at all levels on what pathogens and pests are and how to recognize them and suggest ways to deal with them sustainably.

While I can't guarantee anyone else's garlic to be absolutely disease free planting stock, I want to do everything I can to see that it is, anyway. Sometimes garlic that looks, smells and feels good is diseased and the observer is fooled. But at least we're making a sincere effort to help growers learn how to avoid bad garlic. Ultimately, it is up to each grower to practice high plant health standards and be responsible for their own garlic.

If small growers want sell small amounts of garlic via mail order, it is in their best interest to send only good, disease/pest-free garlic. If the garlic is good, the customer may want to buy more, if some of it is bad, they almost certainly won't. The small growers best advertisment is his/her garlic. People will naturally flock to great garlic; lousy garlic repels them - and should. Garlic is too good of a thing to grow poorly.

Click here to learn more about garlic diseases and how to deal with them.

One thing is for sure - I have created a website that can sell more garlic than I can grow and I wish to share this resource with buyers and growers alike. It will also make many more varieties available than I can grow in my geographic location.

Another sure thing is that I have a vested interest in seeing every grower who is chosen for the farmers market succeed. I expect to make a fair profit from this but I think every grower will make a lot more from me than I will from each of them and will open up new markets that will provide them with returning customers for years to come. I think our customers will be better served and get better prices as well.

More to come soon.
Everything is subject to change without notice, even this notice.

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- The information below is from gourmetgarlicgardens.com -
Please read.



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Important notes for credit/debit card users:

This Farmers market is like your local farmers market. Each grower handles their own financial transactions.

When using your credit/debit card to buy direct from different growers, a separate order is required for each grower. You may buy as many different kinds of garlic as you want from any grower on any order but each grower requires a separate credit card transaction so that S & H charges may be properly calculated. If you want to order garlic from more than one grower, a separate payment must be made to each grower because they are independant businesses in different places.

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Disclaimer

Each grower/vendor is responsible for their own garlic and prompt shipping to the buyer. Gourmet Garlic Gardens is not responsible for any garlic sent directly from any grower/vendor to any buyer Gourmet Garlic Gardens' total liability from all causes is limited to refunding any monies the buyer has paid directly to Gourmet Garlic Gardens.

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Prices and availability of garlic subject to change without notice.

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How Our Garlics are Grown

All the garlic for sale in our online farmers market was grown without the use of petrochemical pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers; only natural and non-toxic fertilizers and pest control methods are used.

Some of our growers are Certified Organic and some are Certified Naturally Grown, which we regard as equal to Certified Organic in every meaningful way but without all the bureaucratic entanglements. All our farmers market growers grow organically and some are Certified Organic but not all want to be certified Organic because of the paperwork and reporting requirements and are among the best available sources of sustainable/ organic Garlic and they become Certified Naturally Grown, where the regulation comes from their fellow members rather than a federal bureacracy.

We do not allow growers who use synthetic petroleum-based fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides or herbicides to participate in our farmers market.

All garlic in our farmers market is grown in North America, no others allowed.
This farmers market is strictly for small-scale North American market gardeners/growers who live and grow sustainably.


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- Garlic Books, Etc. -

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The Marriage of Mushrooms and Garlic

is the newest book about garlic and it is well-written and reads easy as the authors
have a warm friendly writing style that makes it fun to read and has some wonderful recipes.





Click here to read our review of The Marriage of Mushrooms and Garlic

by Chester Aaron and Malcolm Clark



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New - The Complete Book of Garlic is the best, most comprehensive book yet about garlic.

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Click here to read our review of The Complete Book of Garlic
by Ted Jordan Meredith

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The Classic Commercial Garlic Growers Guide

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Click here to read our review of Growing Great Garlic
by Ron Engeland


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A Miscellany of Garlic

is the newest book about garlic and it is well-written and reads easy as the author has a warm friendly writing style that makes it fun to read.



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Click here to read our review of A Miscellany of Garlic

by Trina Clickner



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If you don't see what you want, E-Mail bob@web-access.net

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Basic Ordering Information


On any page of this website where the lists of garlic cultivars are displayed you can click on the name of any garlic and get a picture and/or a detailed description of that variety and some buttons you can click on to buy direct from different growers. Just decide how many pounds of which varieties you want from each grower and use your credit card to buy on line.

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Disclaimer

We make no guarantees or warranties of any kind whatsoever, expressed or implied, with respect to our garlic or the garlic sold by any growers who sell their garlic through our website. We do not guarantee or warrant the fitness, suitability or usability of our garlic for any particular purpose. We state only that the varieties we and the growers who sell through our website ship are to the best of our knowledge, the varieties we say they are. Any and all liability from all causes is limited to a refund of a customer's payment for the garlic in question.

We and the growers who sell through our website take great care to grow, harvest, cure and store our garlic properly and we will not knowingly ship garlic that is damaged, defective or diseased in any way we can see, feel or smell. We pack the garlic so as to minimize any probability of damage in shipment. If; however, you receive garlic that goes bad within 30 days, please call or e-mail the grower immediately stating the problem and return the defective garlic to the grower via Priority US Mail and the grower will either replace it at no additional charge, or refund your money for the defective garlic. It is our desire to provide our customers with the best garlic we can produce and enhance our reputation for excellence - but we cannot be held responsible for what happens after the garlic leaves our care.

All products are for sale to United States addresses only.


More TO COME...

Garlic Books, Garlic Accessories and Gardening Tools, Etc.


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- Pictures of our Fabulous spring wildflowers some years. -

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Bob Phillips' Texas Country Reporter did a story on me and the garlic for their long running TV program -
click here to see the 6:28 video on youtube:

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Bob Anderson
Garlicmeister, a self-inflicted title for amusement only.
Photo courtesy of Bill Yeates.


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If you would like to communicate with us, please send email to:
bob@web-access.net

Gourmet Garlic Gardens,
12300 FM 1176
Bangs, TX 76823 -
(325) 348 - 3049

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