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Welcome to our Garlic Farmers Market.
Scroll down to Meet Our Growers.

Picture of bundles of garlic hanging in barn

Click on above picture for a full size image.

Just follow your nose to the garlic grower's drying shed.

Meet Our Grass Roots, er Garlic Roots Entrepreneurs


These growers all have websites in our online farmers market. Buy from them now for shipping in the fall.

Click on their pictures to visit their websites and learn more about them and the gourmet garlics they grow and sell.

Picture of  
Kent Knock of Afternoon Zephyr Farm Picture of Ted Ostheimer and Shawn Ryan. Picture of  
Steve Wood and family from Penngate Garlic Farm Picture of Kelly Cott and Ben Ronniger in ID. Picture of Keene Organics family.

Afternoon Zephyr in OR........Red Gate Garlic in MT.....Penn Gate Farm in PA........Allicin's Ranch in ID..........Keene Organics in WI.

Click on their pictures to buy from them.


These growers all have websites in our online farmers market. Buy from them now for shipping in the fall.

Click on their pictures to visit their websites and learn more about them and the gourmet garlics they grow and sell.

Picture of the Eric Himelick family of Victory Acres in IN Picture of Hope Mountain Organic Garlic family in sw WA. Picture of  Phil Greif of PD Farms in OR Picture of John and Yong Rueb and family of Forever Yong Farm in AZ. Picture of Todd and Carol Abbott in northern Cal.

Victory Acres in IN............Maplewood Gardens in WI...........Greif's Gourmet Garlic..............Forever Yong in AZ...........Abbott Certified Organics in Cal.

Click on their pictures to buy from them.


These growers all have websites in our online farmers market. Buy from them now for shipping in the fall.

Click on their pictures to visit their websites and learn more about them and the gourmet garlics they grow and sell.

Picture of the Podoll family of Prairie Road Organic Farm in ND Picture of an old barn full of garlic. Picture of beautiful Rocambole garlics. Picture of Cat Moresco and her Hope Mountain Organic Garlic family in OR. Picture of an old barn full of garlic.

Prairie Road Organics in ND........There's room for you here..............Celeste Garlic in OK........Hope Mountain Organic in OR.........There's room for you here.




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Picture of Jeff and Billie Jean Westbrook of Gila Garlic. Picture of a large Chesnok Red garlic bulb on someone's hand. Picture of 
harvested garlic bulbs hanging in a barn.

Gila Garlic in NM
P. O. Box 379
Quemado, NM 87829
(575) 773-4300
E-mail - info@gilagarlic.com
GilaGarlic.com

Oregon Trail Garlic in OR.
P. O. Box 681
Baker City, OR 97814
(541) 519-4161
E-mail - kevin@thegeo.net.
OregonTrailGarlic.com

Do you grow large, clean bulbs
of gourmet garlic organically?
E-Mail bob to see if you qualify
for our market.

We have lots of kinds of garlic for
immediate shipment - order now.

To buy, visit our website or just call us.

More about us

Certified Naturally Grown logo.

We have lots of Chesnok Red for
immediate shipment - order now.

To buy, visit our website or just call us.

Certified Naturally Grown logo.

Certified Naturally Grown logo.


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Picture of One of Dave Peterson's gardens. Picture of differences in foliage between varieties. The one in the foreground is an early maturing variety close to harvest time.

The picture on the left shows one of Dave Peterson's gardens in WI.
The picture on the right shows it's time to start harvesting in Texas - note the differences in foliage between varities.

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- About our Garlic Growers Farmers Market -

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Welcome to our Farmers Market

We're trying something new here and I hope everyone who participates benefits from it.

In the past we have bought from growers and paid shipping charges and marked up the garlic and sold it to our customers all over the USA. This resulted in higher prices and a bottleneck in getting garlic from growers to customers. We and some of our growers have decided to set up a gardener's marketplace on our website where they could sell directly to the public with us acting as a cashier of convenience allowing customers to use credit/debit cards to buy from growers who otherwise would not be able to accept cards themselves.


Ordering now is just as easy as it always has been...

Just visit our Online Catalog page where the available varieties are sorted into mild, medium and hot/strong groups as well as an alphabetized list of garlics and a few special sampler assortments so you can try several different kinds.

or

visit our Varieties Page, where the available cultivars are listed by varietal type first and then by alphabetical and by taste.

On either page you can click on the name of any garlic and get a picture and/or a detailed description of that variety and several shopping cart buttons you can click on to buy from different growers.

Each button you click on will take you to the webpage of a different grower of the garlic you have selected.

When you have looked at them all, choose the one you want to buy from and place your order online at their webpage using your credit card.

You can buy from as many gardeners as you want to but each grower needs to be a separate credit card transaction, just like at your local farmers market.

Just select how many pounds you want of which varieties from one grower and check out on before you leave that grower's webpage.

When you buy from other growers our system will remember your name, address and other details so you won't have to re-enter them all again so buying from a second gardener will be easier and faster than from the first one.

Please feel free to e-mail me or call me if you have any questions or comments. E-mail bob@web-access.net
or call at (325) 348-3049.



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How to buy from us:

Scroll down and select the number of pounds you want and click on "Add to Cart" on all those you want to buy.

Order now for shipment in late summer/early fall 2012.

The garlic prices range from $16 to $24 per pound plus shipping and handling charges of $10 for the first pound, $2 for each of the next three pounds and $1 extra for each additional pound over that and we ship via U. S. Postal Service, Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation, to make sure you get your package. Our S & H charge is a weighted national average so that all buyers pay the same S & H regardless of distance from grower. These S & H fees apply to each grower you buy from.

This Farmers market is like your local farmers market.

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.

For those who don't want to take the time to place a separate order with each grower, we will do it for you if you wish but there will be a service fee. Just order what you want from as many growers as you want on a single order and when we process the order we will charge your card the necessary additional S & H charges plus a service fee of $10.00 for each separate grower involved - there's lot of clerical work involved.


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Available Garlics Listed by Alphabetical order

Alphabetic listing of Gourmet Garlics - For Mild, Medium and Strong listings, scroll down.

Ajo Rojo (Creole)
Amish Rocambole (Rocambole)
Applegate (Artichoke)
Asian Tempest (Asiatic)
Bavarian (Rocambole)
Belarus (Purple Stripe)
Bogatyr (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Brown Tempest (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Burgundy (Creole)
California Early (Artichoke)
California Late (Artichoke)
Caretaker (Rocambole)
Carpathian (Rocambole)
Celeste (Rocambole)
Chesnok Red (Purple Stripe)

China Dawn (Turban)
Chinese Purple (Turban)
Creole Red (Creole)
Cuban Purple (Creole)
Early Red Italian (Moderate Artichoke)
Georgian Crystal (Porcelain)
Georgian Fire (Porcelain)
German Extra Hardy (Porcelain)
German Giant (Rocambole)
German Red (Rocambole)
German White (Porcelain)

Germinador (Creole)
Gourmet Red (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Idaho Silver (Silverskin)
Inchelium Red (Artichoke)
Italian Easy Peel (Rocambole)
Italian Late (Artichoke)
Italian Purple (Artichoke)
Japanese (Asiatic)
Killarney Red(Rocambole)
Korean Red (Asiatic)
Korean Red Hot (AKA Korean Red Rocambole) (Rocambole)
Leah 99 (Porcelaiin)
Leningrad (Porcelain)
Lorz Italian (Artichoke)
Maiskij (Turban)
Metechi (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Mild French (Silverskin)
Music (Porcelain)

Nootka Rose (Silverskin)
Northern White (Porcelain)
Paw Paw (Rocambole)
Persian Star (Purple Stripe)
Polish Jenn (Porcelain)
Polish Hardneck (Porcelain)
Polish Softneck (Artichoke)
Polish White (Artichoke)
Pskem (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Purple Glazer (Glazed Purple Stripe)
Purple Italian (Rocambole)
Red Janice (Turban)
Red Toch (Artichoke)

Rogue River Red (Artichoke)
Romanian Red (Porcelain)
Rose de Lautrec (Rich French Creole)
Rosewood (Porcelain)
Russian Red (Rocambole)
S & H Silverskin (Silverskin)
Shandong (Turban)
Shilla (Turban)
Siberian (Marbled Purple Stripe)

Siciliano (Artichoke from Sicily)
Silver Rose (Silverskin)
Silverwhite (Silverskin)
Simoneti (Artichoke)
Slovenian (Rocambole)
Sonoran (Asiatic)
Spanish Roja (Rocambole)
Stull (Porcelain)
Susanville (Artichoke)
Thermadrone (Asiatic)
Transylvanian (Artichoke)
Tzan (Turban)
Ukraine (Rocambole)
Xian (Turban)
Zemo (Porcelain)

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Available Garlics Listed by Taste/Flavor

Clicking on a garlic name will give you a color picture and/or complete description of that specific garlic and growers to buy it from.
Use your back arrow key to return to this point.

Milder Flavored Gourmet Garlics -
- Scroll down for medium and hot/strong tasting garlics. -


Growers come and go and availability of garlic cultivars changes often so check back frequently.

Garlics are listed in alphabetical order, not in order of pungency

Applegate (Artichoke)
Bavarian (Rocambole)
Belarus (Purple Stripe)
Burgundy (Creole)
China Dawn (Turban)
Creole Red (Creole)
Cuban Purple (Creole)
Germinador (Creole)
Italian Purple (Artichoke)
Korean Red (Asiatic)
Paw Paw (Rocambole)
Polish Softneck (Artichoke)
Polish White (Artichoke)
Purple Italian (Rocambole)
Red Toch (Artichoke)
Rogue River Red (Artichoke)
S & H Silverskin (Silverskin)
Siberian (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Simoneti (Artichoke)
Slovenian (Rocambole)


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Medium Flavored Gourmet Garlics

Garlics are listed in alphabetical order, not in order of pungency.

California Early (Artichoke)
Chesnok Red (Purple Stripe)
Early Red Italian (Moderate Artichoke)

Georgian Crystal (Porcelain)
Gourmet Red (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Idaho Silver (Silverskin)
Inchelium Red (Artichoke)
Italian Easy Peel (Rocambole)
Japanese (Asiatic)
Leah 99 (Porcelaiin)
Mild French (Silverskin)
Nootka Rose (Silverskin)
Persian Star (Purple Stripe)
Polish Jenn (Porcelain)
Polish Softneck (Artichoke)
Purple Glazer (Glazed Purple Stripe)
Rose de Lautrec (Rich French Creole)
Shilla (Turban)
Siciliano (Artichoke from Sicily)
Silver Rose (Silverskin)
Silverwhite (Silverskin)
Sonoran (Asiatic)
Susanville (Artichoke)
Thermadrone (Artichokes)
Ukraine (Rocambole)
Xian (Turban)


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Hotter, Stronger Flavored Gourmet Garlics

Garlics are listed in alphabetical order, not in order of pungency.


Ajo Rojo (Creole)
Amish Rocambole (Rocambole)
Asian Tempest (Asiatic)
Bogatyr (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Brown Tempest (Marbled Purple Stripe)
California Late (Artichoke)
Caretaker (Rocambole)
Carpathian (Rocambole)
Celeste (Rocambole)
Chinese Purple (Turban)
Georgian Fire (Porcelain)
German Extra Hardy (Porcelain)
German Red (Rocambole)
German White (Porcelain)
Italian Late (Artichoke)
Killarney Red(Rocambole)
Korean Red Hot (AKA Korean Red Rocambole) (Rocambole)
Leningrad (Porcelain)
Lorz Italian (Artichoke)
Maiskij (Turban)
Metechi (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Music (Porcelain)
Northern White (Porcelain)
Polish Hardneck (Porcelain)
Pskem (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Red Janice (Turban)
Rosewood (Porcelain)
Romanian Red (Porcelain) (Marbled Purple Stripe)
Russian Red (Rocambole)
Shandong (Turban)
Stull (Porcelain)
Spanish Roja (Rocambole)
Transylvanian (Artichoke)
Tzan (Turban)
Zemo (Porcelain)

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Click Here to order bulk Garlics by varietal type.

Click Here to order bulk Garlics direct from the growers.

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More market gardener's webpages will be up soon.


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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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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

[ Navigation Menu - Click these links to go to other pages on our website. ]
[ Home ] [ Garlic Overview ] [ 70 Varieties ] [ Growing Garlic ] [ Cooking Garlic ] [ Preserve Garlic ] [ Garlic Pills, Etc. ] [ Health Benefits ] [ Garlic Chemistry ] [ FAQs ] [ About Us ] [ How to Order ]
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[ Buy Garlic Here ] [ Artichoke Garlic ] [ Asiatic Garlic ] [ Creole Garlic ] [ Porcelain Garlic ] [ Purple Stripe Garlic ] [ Rocambole Garlic ] [ Silverskin Garlic ] [ Turban Garlic ] [ Buy samplers Here ]
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[ Our Online Farmers Market ] [ Grow Garlic in the South, CA & Texas ] [ Tour our Garlic Garden ] [ Paint Rock Pictographs ] [ Newsletter ] [ Garlic is Life ] [ Good Growers Wanted ] [ Spring 2007 ]

Our website is always improving and being updated. -- This page last updated April 12, 2014.

Our webpages have been visited over 3 million times since July of 1997 by people looking for the latest information about garlic and to buy the best gourmet garlics. Thank you one and all.
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