Award Winning Premium Gourmet Wisconsin Garlic, Shallots and Peanuts
Thank you all for your interest in 2019!
There are many new garlics available for 2020 including
new results from crossbreeding programs that use true seed from fertile garlic flowers. All tested here in the cold by us.
Dry cured Wisconsin organically grown peanuts are no longer available. No shallots or peanuts for 2020.
Dried Teamaker Hops (USDA-ARS release, low acid, high flavor) preorders available by special arrangement.
We grow what we sell and are NOT a cover page for reselling items grown by anonymous uninspected sources somewhere else.
Blueberries: pick your own fresh with a gallon pail
Prepicked fresh by arrangement.
See the U-Pick link on the left side.
New for 2020 food boxes of long-keeping foods like storage onions, garlic, potatoes and dry beans.
A few fresh vegetables as well.
We appreciate all our customers!!
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See FAQ and Terms and Conditions buttons near the bottom of this page.
Winning ribbons from the
Minnesota Garlic Festival
[6-28-19: Tested negative for Garlic Bloat Nematode by the University
of Minnesota Plant Disease Clinic.]
PRIORITY MAIL SHIPPING ON ALL ORDERS
FLAT RATE OF $7.99 regardless of order size.
U.S. Mainland and Alaska Shipping Addresses Only except Idaho and where regulated.
No international orders.
A special welcome and a thanks to our
Minnesota Garlic Festival Customers!
Our farm is a small family farm in central Wisconsin dedicated to growing garlic naturally since 1990. Direct, Farmers Market and Internet sales of gourmet garlic bulbs and bulbils. Heirloom, rare and hard to find garlic varieties available.
Our family has been growing garlic on this farm for over 60 years!!
BEGINNERS AND PROS WELCOME - NORTH, CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN U.S.
Garlic, shallots and peanuts are specially pampered and nurtured to obtain maximum size and quality.
Test plots for garlic research provide new and rare garlic varieties in limited quantities.
All products are organically grown and Certified Naturally Grown. We plant in the fall, harvest mid summer and ship late summer into fall.
Also, we participate in special garlic research projects and document our work with written records and photographs. Some of that information is available on this website.