Red Janice garlic bulbs (hardneck)

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Red Janice garlic bulbs (hardneck)

Beautiful striped hard neck garlic with dark red or purple stripes.

We can email you when this product is back in season.

 Five medium bulbs$8.75

Season: Jul-Nov 



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Red Janice is exceptionally fragrant, sweet, and a little spicy baked. It starts hot raw and continues to build. Originally from the Republic of Georgia. Earlier harvest than most.

I grow all my garlic in soft, lush beds that are mulched heavily to prevent weed competition.

I am Certified Naturally Grown and use good, clean, organic practices in my gardening.

Alll bulbs will be at least 1.25" across.

Please keep your garlic stored in an airy, not too cold, not too warm spot until ready for planting. Do not break apart the bulbs until you are ready to plant because doing so will either cause the individual cloves to dry out or it may inducing sprouting.

Plant the biggest cloves to get the biggest bulbs next year. Eat the rest and enjoy!

While my garlic is good for either eating or planting, after October 1st would recommend that you buy it only if you're planning to plant it or process it (can it, pickle it, or dry it) since older garlic tends to dry out more quickly and/or begin to sprout.

PLEASE CONTACT ME if you have any questions or would like to inquire about a custom order.

Sometimes the shipping costs seem too high. If you order multiple items and the shipping costs don\'t make sense, BEFORE placing your online order, PLEASE CONTACT ME directly so I can adjust the shipping to the exact charges.

I can also be contacted for CUSTOM ORDERS or to place orders in advance of my online sales.

While I try to keep costs down, shipping Elephant Garlic (which can weigh about 1# per bulb) plus the size of each bulb, requires the medium or large one-rate Priority Mail box at $11-$16. Your best bet is a larger order so the shipping doesn\'t seem so high in comparison. USPS.com has set the rates, not me :-(

Thank you.


We ship Mon-Wed generally.. Priority Mail is used whenever possible. We ship only to the continental United States.