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Hood River Garlic is a small, certified organic garlic seed farm located in Oregon's beautiful Hood River Valley
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Welcome to Hood River Garlic!
This page last updated on September 24th,2020.

We will be out of the office from September 24th through October 1st. We are in the barn shipping garlic and there is no internet or phone, (and apparently our voice mailbox is full). Here is a complete schedule of our garlic orders shipping timeline: If you placed your order before May: Congratulations! Your order has been shipped, (or it is going out today). If you placed your order in June, it will ship by Monday. If you placed your order after July 1st, it will be shipped the first and second weeks of October. If you placed your order in September, your order will be shipped starting the third week of October. We are doing the best we can to get all orders out on time. Thank you for your patience and remember to order early next year! Thank you!
As promised, there are more varieties becoming available as we are getting the garlic cleaned and weighed. We apologize for the shortage of garlic this year, but due to Covid-19, it appears that everyone is staying at home and planting garlic in their gardens! Garlic orders placed now will be shipped starting the third week of October.  We had a shortage of Porcelains and Marbled Purple Stripes this year due to a healthy gopher population. So we will be substituting Chesnok Red for any orders of Porcelain and Marbled Purple Stripes that we can’t fill. Sorry for the substitutions but the Chesnok Red is Gorgeous!

This years harvest was our 20th garlic harvest! Thank you to all of our fabulous customers making it possible for us to provide you with fabulous Certified Organic Seed Garlic and culinary garlic.  Stay safe everyone!

Specializing in certified organic garlic seed for planting garlic in your own garden, Hood River Garlic is a certified organic garlic farm located in the beautiful Hood River Valley, Oregon, USA. We take great pride in growing garlic and strive to sell our customers the best organic garlic seed available. Dedicated to environmental sustainability we have always been organic and became Certified Organic by the Oregon Tilth in May, 2002. This is our 18th year being Certified Organic! All Hood River Garlic is grown in The Columbia River Gorge, from U.S.A. grown organic garlic seed stock.
Please note: Substitutions- Farming is very unpredictable. We do our best to provide premium quality organic seed garlic. We try to manage our inventory as best as possible, but sometimes there may be shortages of certain garlic varieties. If a shortage occurs we will have to make a substitution. We will make the substitution as close as possible to the original garlic variety ordered. If there is not a proper substitution, we will contact you with a selection of comparable varieties. Thank you for your understanding.
All garlic ships starting in mid September and is shipped through October and November. We plant our garlic in the fall and harvest in July. All garlic has a shelf life clearly stated in the Garlic description. If a garlic has a shelf life of 6 months, it is not possible for us to ship it in April. Please read the garlic descriptions. All of our garlic is shipped starting in September, if you order now (Sept 24th), it will ship the third week of October. Thanks! Hood River Garlic

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Available Garlic Stock

All orders placed now will be shipped starting in mid September, 2019. All Hood River Garlic seed is Certified Organic by the Oregon Tilth. We have started taking Pre-season orders for the 2019 fall garlic planting season.

Hardneck varieties available starting 1-15-21

  • Ajo Rojo – Available January 2021.
  • Asian Tempest – Available January 2021.
  • Bogytar – Available January 2021.
  • Brown Rose – Available January 2021.
  • Burgundy – Available January 2021.
  • Chesnok Red – Available January 2021.
  • Chinese Red & White – Available January 2021.
  • Deerfield Purple – Available January 2021.
  • German Mountain – Available January 2021.
  • Georgia Crystal – Available January 2021.
  • Georgia Fire – Available January 2021.
  • Keeper – Available January 2021.
  • Khabar – Available January 2021.
  • Kisklyk – Available January 2021.
  • Kranagasger Red – Available January 2021.
  • Lavignia – Available January 2021.
  • Metechi – Available January 2021.
  • Red Janice – Available January 2021.
  • Romanian Red – Available January 2021.
  • Russian Red – Available January 2021.
  • Shantang Purple – Available January 2021.
  • Shatili – Available January 2021.
  • Siberian – Available January 2021.
  • Sonoran – Available January 2021.
  • Spanish Roja – Available January 2021.
  • Thai Fire – Available January 2021.
  • Thai Purple – Available January 2021.
  • Tuscun – Available January 2021.
  • Xian – Available January 2021.

Softneck Artichoke Varieties – Available January 2021.

  • California Early – Available January 2021.
  • Chet’s Italian Red – Available January 2021.
  • Corsica Red – Available January 2021.
  • Early Italian Red – Available January 2021.
  • Inchelium Red – Available January 2021.
  • Kettle River Giant – Available January 2021.
  • Nootka Rose – Available January 2021.
  • Oregon Blue – Available January 2021.
  • Polish White – Available January 2021.
  • Silver White – Available January 2021.
  • Susanville – Available January 2021.
  • Transylvanian – Available January 2021.

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.

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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 my varieties and to buy a few more new ones from you.

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
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