Inchelium Red garlic

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Hailing from the Colville Indian Reservation in Inchelium, Washington, this garlic is a large and beautiful artichoke variety. The dense bulb can have anywhere from 9-20 cloves and a thick outer bulb wrapper to protect the bulb. The flavor of the Inchelium Red is softly robust but not so strong as to be overwhelming; the flavor often sharpens in storage.

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White Oak Valley Farm

  McDonald, TN    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

We are a small, family owned and operated farm in east Tennessee. We grow a variety of fresh produce available to local customers. We also specialize in producing top quality heirloom vegetable and herb seeds.(more...)


Whispering Larch Farm

  Sagle, ID    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Whispering Larch Farm is located 13 miles southwest of Sandpoint, ID. We have been growing high-quality vegetables for the Sandpoint Farmer's Market and Winter Ridge Natural Foods since 2012. We took the earlier part of 2014 off but will be going into full production in 2015. (more...)


Whatley Farm

  Topsham, ME

We are a small diversified family farm, proud to be certified organic by MOFGA. We grow a wide array of delicious vegetables, a nursery of young fruit trees, a nursery of elderberries, cultivated mushrooms, a small flock of laying hens and ducks, and a small herd of pigs. (more...)


Western Oregon Organic Farms

  Aurora, OR

Growers of Heirloom and Open-Pollinated Herbs and Vegatables along with other interesting and potentially rare fruits. Wholesale and retail sales. Retail outlet is located at the Beaverton Farmers Market.(more...)


Wayward Lane Farm

  Franklin, IN

Wayward Lane Farm is a sustainable family owned and operated farm that uses organic methods to grow both vegetables and pastured meats. We are located 30 minutes south of Indianapolis near Bargersville. (more...)


Wayne's Organic Garden

  Oneco, CT    LocalHarvest Sponsor!

Certified organic since 1989, we grow over thirty different vegetables, specializing in garlic, onions, fingerling potatoes, heirloom tomatoes, and are beginning to grow more storage crops like rutabagas, as we believe that , with peak oil, all of us will have to rely on locally-grown food to be fed and healthy. (more...)