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Basic Climate Guide for garlic planting stock.
Softnecks do well in mild climates and Hardnecks do well in cold climates. We do not recommend hardneck garlic for warm climates. If you live in a warm winter climate and really want a hardneck, the Chesnok Red is a good choice.

Note to all gardeners: All Hood River Garlic is grown in the Columbia River Gorge, in Oregon and Washington. All garlic planting seed stock originates from U.S. soil.

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Chesnok Red - Please order now for September, 2014 delivery.
Purple Stripe hardneck variety. Originates from Shvelisi, in the Republic of Georgia. This beautiful purple stripe keeps its terrific flavor after cooking. Chesnok Red is a superior varietal that should be in all garlic lovers gardens! 10 - 12 cloves per bulb. 50 - 60 cloves per pound. Late harvest. Stores 5 - 6 months. Small bulbs store the longest. [Hot] Recommended for Zones 1-9. 8 oz: $11.50. 1 lb: $20.50.

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China Dawn - Please order now for September, 2014 ship date.
Turban hardneck variety. An early maturing variety. (This image is actually Red Janice, but they are both Turbans and look almost identical. We will have a new image after harvesting garlic in July, Thanks!) 10 - 12 cloves per bulb. 75 - 80 cloves per pound. Early harvest. Stores 6 - 7 months. [Medium] Recommended for Zones 2-10. 6 - 8 cloves per bulb. 38 - 48 cloves per pound. Early harvest. Stores 6 - 7 months. [Medium to Hot] 8 oz: $11.50. 1 lb: $20.50.

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China Stripe - Please order now for mid September, 2014 delivery.
Turban hardneck variety. Originally purchased at a Beijing market. Early harvest variety, makes a great garlic for farmer's markets. Turbans are named for the umbel capsule that actually resembles a turban. (This image is actually Thai Purple and but they are both Turban varieties and look very similar, we will have a new image after harvesting garlic in July, Thanks!) 8-10 cloves per bulb. 42-50 cloves per pound. Early harvest. Stores 6 - 7 months. [Medium - Hot] Recommended for Zones 2-10. - Limited supply, 2 pound maximum please. 8 oz: $11.50. 1 lb: $20.50.

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Georgia Fire - Please order now for mid September, 2014 delivery
Porcelain hardneck variety. Originating from the Republic of Georgia, this cultivar is tolerant of cold winter climates. Flavor is sulfurous and hot. Tear drop shaped bulbs with extremely large cloves. The white skin wrappers may flaunt a hint of pink or gold. 5 - 9 cloves per bulb. 30 - 45 cloves per pound. Mid harvest. Stores 5 months. [Hottest] Recommended for Zones 1-7. 8 oz: $12.50. 1 lb. $21.50.

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Korean Red - Please order now for mid September, 2014 delivery.
Asiatic hardneck variety. Cloves have brown skins with a dark red blush. Not a garlic to be overlooked, Korean Red is a spicy flavored garlic with good storage quality. Hurry, order soon, supply is limited on this nice long storing garlic with heat! 7 - 10 cloves per bulb. 60 - 65 cloves per pound. Mid harvest. Stores 6 months. [Hottest] This image is actually Korean Mountain, but they are both Asiatics and they look almost identical. We will have a new image after our July,2013 harvest, thanks! 8 oz: $11.50. 1 lb: $20.50.

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Metechi - Please order now for September, 2014 ship date.
Marbled Purple Stripe hardneck variety. Very diversified, it can handle cold northern climates, as well as warmer southern climates. Metechi has been recorded to perform well in Abilene TX, (Zone 7). Very hot when eaten raw. The bulbs are dappled with purple and white. Nice large cloves that are easy to peel. Long storing for a Marbled Purple Stripe. (This image is actually Brown Tempest, but they are both Marbled Purple Stripes and look almost identical. We will have a new image after harvesting garlic in July, Thanks!) 5 - 9 cloves per bulb. 35 - 40 cloves per pound. Late harvest. Stores 6 months. [Medium hot] Recommended for Zones 1-7. Limited supply, 1/2 pounds only please. 8 oz: $11.50.

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Morado Giant - Please order now for mid September, 2014 ship date.
Turban hardneck variety. Turbans are early harvesters. They are a great choice for gardeners in warm climates because you can harvest them before the extreme summer heat kicks in. (This image is actually Red Janice, they are both Turbans and look almost identical. We will have a new image after harvest, Thanks!) 5 - 9 cloves per bulb. 60 - 65 cloves per pound. Early harvest. Stores 5 months. [Hot] Recommended for Zones 2-10. Limited supply, 2 pound maximum please. 8 oz: $11.50. 1 lb: $20.50.

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Music - Please order now for mid September, 2014 ship date.
Porcelain hardneck variety. Named by the Ontario Garlic Growers Association in recognition of Al Music, AKA Ontario Garlic. Music has a high content of allicin, which helps boost the immune system and increase circulation. Performs well in cold climates. 4 - 6 large easy peeling cloves per bulb. 25 - 30 cloves per pound. Mid harvest. Stores 6 months. [Medium] 8 oz: $12.50. 1 lb: $21.50.

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Persian Star - Please order now for September, 2014 delivery.
Purple Stripe hardneck variety. Originating from Samarkand, Uzbekistan, by John Swenson, AKA Samarkand. Known as one of the best tasting Purple Stripes from garlic expert Ted Jordan Meredith. The bulbs are silky purple with white stripes. A zesty garlic flavor that mellows after baking. 9 - 12 cloves. 50 - 60 cloves per pound. Mid harvest. Stores 6 months. [Hot] 8 oz: $11.50. 1 lb: $20.50.

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Red Janice - Please order now for mid September, 2014 ship date.
Turban hardneck variety. Originally from Nmarazeni in the Republic of Georgia. One of the first plants to arrive in the garden in early February. Beautiful bulbs that are pin-striped with burgundy and purple stripes on a creamy white skin. 5 - 9 cloves per bulb. 60 - 65 cloves per pound. Early harvest. Stores 5 months. [Hot] Limited supply, 1/2 pounds only please. 8 oz: $11.50.

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