We have a number of varieties
All of our garlic are hardneck varieties. Typically they have long storage capability, small numbers of but large cloves (which makes them easier to use for cooking) and, unlike soft neck varieties, are difficult to machine plant, because they need to be orientated properly when they go into the ground. Most garlic you see in the grocery store are soft neck varieties for this reason. China produces vast quantities of machine planted garlic which is why it is so cheap! And not that great.
Chesnok Red Garlic:
Late emerging and late harvest. Typically averages 8-10 slender garlic cloves per bulb. Originally developed in the republic of Georgia. Typically stores around 5-6 months.
Kotsyns's Red Russian Garlic:
Mid season harvest. Averages 6 consistently sized garlic cloves per bulb. Stores around 6-8 months. When using as seed garlic, remove wrapper around the the stem to permit air flow around the cloves.
Mid to late maturity and harvest. High yielding with 6-8 garlic cloves per bulb. Originally from the the Siberian city of Khabarovsk.
Mid season harvest. Averages 4-6 large garlic cloves per bulb. Very good storage capacity at 8-9 months.
Leningrad Medium Garlic:
Mid to late season harvest. Averages 4-6 large cloves per bulb.
Mid season harvest. 4-5 large garlic cloves per bulb. Very good storage capacity 8-9 months. Ensure good ventilation to prevent mold development.
Here is a tentative pricing schedule for the garlic.
Also after harvest, curing, and sizing some sizes won’t be available. However, for now, these are the prices.
X small (less than 1.5”) $.90/bulb
Small (1.5”-1.75”) $1.85/bulb
Medium (1.75”-2”) $2.65/bulb
Large (2”-2.5”) $3.35/bulb
X large (2.5”-3”) $4.00/bulb