Certified Organic Garlic Seed For Planting
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Purchase CCOF and USDA-certified organic garlic bulbs in bulk. Full of flavor and free from harmful chemicals, you’ve come to the right place.
Why Choose Basaltic Farms Organic Seed Garlic?
Discover Garlic As You’ve Never Tasted Before
Our garlic is not just any garlic; it’s Basaltic Farms Organic Garlic. Grown in nutrient-rich soil, our garlic bulbs offer a flavor profile that sets them apart from conventional varieties. Our unique soil composition enhances root growth and ensures that our garlic is always disease and pest-free.
A Wide Range of Garlic Varieties
We offer a diverse range of garlic varieties, including Inchelium Red, Chesnok Red, Music Garlic, Sicilian Artichoke Garlic, and Baby Garlic. Whether you’re a culinary enthusiast or a farmer looking for quality seed garlic, we have something for everyone.
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Grow Better, Taste Better: Choose Basaltic Farms
Organic. Flavorful. Basaltic. That’s Our Garlic.
Our commitment to excellence extends beyond our products – it’s ingrained in every facet of our operation. With each garlic bulb handpicked for its size, vitality, and premium quality, Basaltic Farms guarantees a product that exceeds expectations.
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Experience the convenience of shopping for the finest organic garlic from the comfort of your own home. Our online garlic shop is designed with you in mind, ensuring a hassle-free and enjoyable shopping experience that supports your commitment to sustainability.
Garlic Grown Right, Flavor Done Right
Our friendly and professional team stands ready to guide you on your garlic journey. Whether you have questions about how to grow organic garlic cloves, need recommendations, or simply want to share your success stories, Basaltic Farms is your partner every step of the way.
Organic Garlic FAQ
How many seeds of garlic are in one pound?
- Sicilian garlic bulbs – contain between 12 to 18 seeds. A pound contains between 7 to 11 bulbs.
- Inchelium garlic bulbs – contain between 12 to 18 seeds. A pound contains between 7 to 11 bulbs.
- Chesnok garlic bulbs – contain between 12 to 18 seeds. A pound contains between 7 to 11 bulbs.
- Music garlic bulbs – contain between 5 to 7 seeds. A pound contains between 4 to 5 bulbs.
- Baby garlic bulbs – contain between 10 to 15 seeds. A pound contains between 25 to 26 bulbs.
How much garlic will I need to plant 1 acre?
It is recommend between 800 to 1000 lbs per acre. Give us call to help you plan out your farm. 707-849-0590
How long does it take to grow garlic?
When grown under the right conditions, garlic typically takes nine months to mature. Garlic grows best when it receives at least six hours of full sun daily and one inch of water per week.
Do you peel garlic before planting?
Yes, you must remove the outer skins of the main garlic bulb first. This is also called cracking garlic. This allows you to break apart the seeds/cloves. You will notice that each seed also has a natural protective paper it is best NOT to remove the paper on the seed.
So please leave in place the papery skin that covers each clove. If you do accidently remove the paper on the seed, the garlic will still grow just fine.
Choose the largest cloves from the bulb for planting and eat the smaller seeds.
What’s the difference between seed garlic and eating garlic?
All garlic is edible. Seeds and cloves are the same thing. Our certified organic seed garlic is of higher quality and is suitable for both planting and eating.
When do you plant garlic seeds?
In the USA is it best to plant between October to December and 2 to 4 weeks before the first frost. You can plant after a freeze it is just bit more work.
What time of year is garlic harvested?
Garlic requires nine months to fully mature. It will generally be ready to harvest around mid-June to mid-Aug depending on your region.
What is the difference between soft and hard neck garlic?
The main difference is that Hardneck garlic makes flowers also called scapes. Softnecks do not make flowers. Scapes are also edible and as more people find out about them, the market demand rises.
Unfortunately scapes only grow for about two to three weeks of the year. They begin to appear about eight to ten weeks before the garlic reaches maturity. Scapes are best when fresh and consumed quickly. As they age, older than three weeks they lose their tenderness and become hard and woody.
When the flower forms it will make two or three curls as it reaches skyward. It has a mild garlic flavor and is used in egg dishes, home-fried potatoes or substituted for green beans. Some chefs even make scape ice cream so there are no limits to their usage.