“Garlic is a very interesting crop to grow,” he said, adding that very few people know that there are so many different types.
“It’s interesting to share that with people,” said Karen.
Sales are done predominately from the farm itself.
“We really do want people coming here to the store,” he said.
From the barn where the harvested garlic hangs, about 25 varieties at any time are stocked in the farm store.
Jay recommends people try one and return for another.
“We have garlics that are better to eat raw, some that are hot and spicy and some are better for roasting. We can suit any taste.”
Specialty garlic products include smoked garlic and black garlic. Garlic spreads are sold in jars. Flavours include…