Garlic prices for this year have not been set, but average $4/lb. for soft neck and $9.50/lb. for hard neck varieties and prepay.
California White Softneck:
1 lb = 6-7 bulbs and will make approximately 90-100 plants
- Medium papery-skinned bulbs with numerous small-medium sized white cloves. These cloves are easy to peel and have excellent, spicy flavor similar to your standard grocery store varieties. Mostly grown in warmer regions, softneck varieties are not as cold-tolerant as the hardneck varieties.
1 lb = 6-7 bulbs and will make approximately 36-42 plants
- A porcelain hardneck variety with a full, distinctive, spicy flavor that will stand out in any dish. Plump cloves are perfect for roasting and store well. Fewer cloves per bulb than softneck garlic. These cold-hardy plants produce a fibrous stalk that send up an edible flower scape in the spring. Harvest scapes when they appear to promote better bulb development.
1 LB = 6-7 bulbs and will make approximately 36-42 plants
– A cold-hardy, spicy and incredibly flavorful garlic. Easy-to-peel cloves with white and purple striped outer skin and pink-tinged clove skins. There are approximately 20-30 cloves per lb. Fewer, but larger, cloves per bulb than the German Hardneck. The plants produce a fibrous stalk that send up an edible flower scape in the spring. Harvest scapes when they appear to promote better bulb development. (20 - 30 plants per lb.)