Certified Organic Garlic Varieties for Sale

Chesnok Red - hardneck: Cloves white with red tones; 8 to 12 cloves per bulb, mix of clove sizes in the bulb.

- hardneck: Cloves white; 5 to 6 large cloves per bulb.

Italian Red - hardneck: Cloves red skinned; 8 to 12 cloves per bulb, mix of clove sizes in the bulb.

German - hardneck: Cloves white; 5 to 6 large cloves per bulb.
How to Order: 
Fill out the Seed Garlic Order form and mail it in with your payment. You will need to contact us for shipping costs. We have limited quantities .
Order early to ensure the varieties and weights are available.
$9.50/pound: minimum order of 5 pounds per variety.
$15.00/pound for orders under 5 pounds; minimum order of one pound per variety.
Shipping or Farm pick up

Farm pickup: call or email us at least 3 business days before you want to pick up your order. Orders will be packed once you let us know you are coming.

Your garlic will be available for shipping or pick up in late September. If you need it sooner, let us know.
Garlic curing in the barn

How much garlic do I order?

Garlic bulb weight varies, but figure about 6 to 8 bulbs per pound. Multiple the pounds by the estimated cloves per bulb (see descriptions above). For example, 10 pounds of Musik times 5 cloves per bulb times 8 bulbs per pound would give you 400 plants.

Garlic planted into raised beds
About Vermont Valley Community Farm Garlic 

All the varieties we sell will give you good size bulbs under the right growing conditions. We reproduce the garlic for multiple years on our farm. The Musik and German have been on the Farm for over 15 years. The Italian Red and Chesnok for 4 years. We have trialed several other varieties that we have discarded. 
Garlic harvest 2016
We have been growing garlic for 20 years for our CSA. Our entire operation is Certified Organic by MOSA. Garlic growing techniques are quite diverse; so stick with what works for you. Our methods have changed over time, but currently we do the following: fertility similar to onions; water management to keep the garlic at full soil moisture capacity, particularly once the bulbs begin to form; plant into plastic mulch to aid water management and weed control; straw mulch between rows and over the entire bed; spacing at 5 inches between rows and in-row, with 4 rows per bed; hand weed as needed; late October planting; late July harvest.
Complete the Garlic Order Form and mail with payment to:
Vermont Valley Community Farm LLC
4628 County RD FF
Blue Mounds WI 53517

Email farm@vermontvalley.com for shipping quote.

Thank you for supporting our farm,
The Perkins Family
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608/767.3860| farm@vermontvalley.com