Welcome To Hood River Garlic

Now taking Pre-Orders for Fall 2024

Now taking 2024 pre-season orders!

 

Needing garlic now?     

Look for all garlic labeled 2023 for immediate shipment.

 

 

Happy New Year!!

I have completed updating everything for 2024 pre-orders.  Have fun looking around and get your garlic reserved for Fall 2024.

If you need some garlic now, we still have culinary garlic available.  Look for anything labeled 2023 for immediate shipment.

Be sure to look at our Garlic of the Month club.  It makes a great gift for your loved ones!

Thank you for your continued support!

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Hood River Garlic – Organic Garlic Seed Stock

Here is a list of Hardneck and Softneck Organic Seed Garlic varieties that we grow here at Hood River Garlic. Due to shortages: all garlic varieties are not available every year. We do our best to provide as many cultivars as we can each year. Here at Hood River Garlic, we plant our organic garlic seed in the fall. We harvest garlic in late June through July. We cure garlic in the barn and begin cleaning garlic in August. We start shipping garlic in mid September and ship into October and sometimes November. We have started taking pre-season orders for the 2023 fall garlic planting season. Please note: Pre-season orders means if you order now, your garlic seed will be shipped in September (and into October) for the fall planting season. All orders placed now will be shipped starting the third week of September, 2023. All orders are shipped in the order that they are received, so if you live in the North and want an early ship date, please order before May. Some years we have Silverskin varieties for sale in the spring, but it sold out completely last year, so there is no garlic available for spring planting and immediate shipping. Again: there is no garlic available for the Spring 2023 planting season. All Hood River Garlic seed is Certified Organic by the WSDA.
This page was last updated on June 8, 2023. Thank you.

Hardneck varieties

  • Ajo Rojo
  • Asian Tempest
  • Bogytar
  • Brown Rose
  • Chaise Red
  • Chesnok Red
  • Deerfield Purple
  • Duganski
  • Georgia Crystal
  • Georgia Fire
  • German Mountain
  • Ivan
  • Japanese
  • Kazakhstan
  • Keeper
  • Khabar
  • Killarney Red
  • Kisklyk
  • Kranagasger Red
  • Korean Red
  • Lavignia
  • Leningrad
  • Lithuanian Purple
  • Metechi
  • Montana Giant
  • Music
  • Norway
  • Polish Hardneck
  • Polish Jenn
  • Persian Star
  • Pyong Vang
  • Red Janice
  • Romanian Red
  • Russian Red
  • Shantang Purple
  • Shatili
  • Siberian
  • Spanish Roja
  • Thai Fire
  • Thai Purple
  • Turban Blossom
  • Tuscun
  • Xian
  • Zemo

Softneck Artichoke Varieties

  • California Early
  • Chet’s Italian Red
  • Corsica Red
  • Early Italian Red
  • Inchelium Red
  • Kettle River
  • Nootka Rose
  • Oregon Blue
  • Polish White
  • Red Toch
  • Siciliano
  • Silver White
  • Susanville
  • Transylvanian

Try Our Recipes!

Garlic scape season is in June. Please call or email for garlic scape availability. See our garlic recipes like Garlic Butter and Garlic in Olive Oil.

Testimonials

Hi Terri
​I’ve ordered garlic before from your company and it is high quality, I was very pleased with what was sent. I like to try a wide variety to see what works best here, not only for growing but for storage.
Brian and Debbie in Dove Creek

Hi Terri! We love y’all’s garlic – the softnecks we get always grow quite well here. We had a very weird, early harvest season for the garlic here. It’s been very wet, so it grew really well very quickly. – I’m glad we’ve got a great company like Hood River to order from.  Thanks again!

Danelle in Miles

I am in love with all my garlic plants. My facebook friends are probably sick of hearing how much we have been enjoying our scape pesto. When I was getting slim on garlic scapes I also added radish leaves and horseradish leaves to help it go a long ways. We know the best still is yet to come, I look forward every year to grow…

Kate in Epsom

Up until today, we had no bare ground around our little piece of earth. Temps in the 60s made a difference and the world is awash with water. We loved the garlic we got from you. It produced very well with great quality, and we are looking forward to this years crop!

Jan in Perham ME