Seed Garlic: German WhiteRussian RedMusicSiberian

Hardwick Garlic CompanyThe Hardwick Garlic Company currently offers four types of garlic for sale: German White, Russian Red, Music and Siberian.  We list two garlic sizes for sale:

  1. Seed garlic - bulbs average 2.25 inches in diameter.  Order these for planting.
  2. Culinary garlic - bulbs average less than 2 inches in diameter.  Order these for eating.

The Lovinsky family has grown garlic on Eastview Farm since the early 1990’s. We cultivate the varieties that acclimated best to our land and local environment, producing consistent size, flavor and quality.

Read more about our farm and growing practices…

Our garlic is certified organic by Vermont Organic Farmers (VOF) and tested free of garlic bloat nematode by Cornell University Extension. Certificates available upon request.

*Please note: we charge 6% sales tax on all Vermont orders, in accordance with Vermont tax law.  We also charge a 5% surcharge on all PayPal and Credit Card orders to cover the processing fees.

We are sold out for the season.  Please contact us if you would like to be notified when the 2014 crop is available.

  • German White "Extra Hardy" Garlic

    $22.00

    Sold out for the season!

    German Extra Hardy is called, “the chef’s garlic” by garlic connoisseurs. This porcelain variety sports an outer white skin, with cloves that have a reddish tint on the inside wrappers. The cloves peel easily, and store well into February and longer. There are an average of 6 cloves per bulb and 5 bulbs per pound. Seed Garlic - $22 /lb Culinary Garlic - $10 /lb

  • Russian Red Garlic

    $24.00

    Sold out for the season!

    Russian Red garlic has a lovely burgundy skin coat with 10-12 cloves per bulb. The bulb size and interior cloves range in size from small to large. Russian Red packs a great deal of flavor into the smaller and larger cloves making it a good choice to eat raw or to cook with. This garlic gives the cook a choice: a little flavor or a more prominent flavor based on the clove size used. Siberian has great texture and stores well to January or February. For planting use the largest cloves in the bulb. There are an average of 6 bulbs per pound. Seed Garlic - $24 /lb Culinary Garlic - $12 /lb

  • Music Garlic

    $22.00

    Sold out for the season!

    Music is a porcelain variety of garlic that has been an Eastview Farm favorite for 18 years.This garlic variety is an easy to grow 3-4 ft. plant. The large bulbs have easily peeled cloves. Bulbs store well into the spring months.  Music is good roasted, makes delicious pesto, and is a great overall cooking garlic parting a moderate flavor that does not overpower other ingredients in dishes. There are 4-5 cloves per bulb, 5-6 bulbs  per pound. Seed Garlic - $22 /lb Culinary Garlic - $10 /lb

  • Siberian Garlic

    $22.00

    Sold out for the season!

    Siberian has lovely purple and red striped cloves.  The cloves are generally equal in size to the porcelain varieties of Music and German White but have a slightly stronger flavor with redder wrappers on the cloves. According to garlic lover, Dr. Ruth Heinmann of Burlington Vermont, Siberian is her favorite garlic. It is “easy to peel and very flavorful, delicious with tomatoes and extra virgin California olive oil.” Seed garlic: an average of 6 to 8 cloves per bulb, 5  to 6 bulbs per pound. Each clove is planted separately and grows into a full bulb. This translates into 30 to 40 plants per pound of seed.

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