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2016 – Our new crop is looking good!

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It is now time to put in your order!

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Our crop is in!

All our garlic has been harvested and is now curing in the new drying shed. 

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A new season is starting!

Our garlic overwintered really well despite a very cold and long winter. This weekend we started harvesting our scapes. They are tender, juicy and delicious!

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Last chance to order Russian Red!

All our varieties are now sold out, except for our Russian Red, which is one of our most dependable variety, with excellent flavour.  Our last shipments will go out October 1.

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Garlic sales are going well!

We started mailing our garlic orders today! We plant our garlic around October 10th – 4 to 6 weeks before the hard freeze. So you still have lots of time to get your order in!

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Garlic for sale

We have 23 varieties of garlic for sale this year. We are selling it by the bulb (recommended if you want to use it to replant) or bulk (smaller bulbs – ideal for eating). Go to the “Order Garlic” tab … Continue reading

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Good crop…

Our garlic is curing slowly but surely and will be ready for sale on August 28. Some varieties are fabulous-looking – check out our Linda O’Lesky, a mild tasting garlic. Be sure to get your order in. For more information, … Continue reading

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Our garlic harvest is over, and will soon be ready….

  This weekend, we finished harvesting all our varieties of garlic –  35 in total. All this fresh garlic is now on the drying racks. It will stay for about 3 weeks, after which we will clean it and get it … Continue reading

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We have started harvesting!

Several of the garlic varieties we have in our field are now ready. Today we harvested our Purple Glaze, our Quebec Red and our Siberian. It is now going to hang in a nice warm and dry area of our … Continue reading

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