Conventionally Grown Garlic, Elephant (lb) - FP550

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$5.99
  • Not registered for sale in: HI, ID, PR, VI, GU
  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.
We cannot delay ship garlic/shallots. They will be shipped as soon as they are in stock.
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Garlic Germination Limited Guarantee

IMPORTANT FOR YOU TO KNOW

Please note that we do not guarantee your success growing garlic as there are too many variables beyond our control to be able to do so.

We only guarantee that the garlic seed we sell is in good, viable condition when we sell it. However, because it will deteriorate quickly over time (within weeks), we expect you to plant it without any delay.

We cannot and will not, under any circumstances, accept any responsibility for the many growing and climatic conditions (soil preparation, fertilization, weed and pest control, temperature control, irrigation…etc.) that must be met to ensure the success of your crop.

We strive to bring you good-sized, reasonably priced garlic seed, not the most cosmetically desirable bulbs (which may be available at twice our price from our competitors). Our garlic seed has been harvested mechanically, possibly showing some marks on it as a result.

This being said, we are so confident that you will be satisfied with our garlic, that if any bulb you receive does not meet your expectations, you can return any un-cracked bulbs for a refund, excluding shipping costs (either way) within 3 (three) days of your purchase, or delivery, whichever is later, to request an exchange or a refund.

Accordingly, please inspect your entire garlic shipment upon arrival, as you must notify us of any problem within 3 (three) days of purchase, or delivery, whichever is later, to request an exchange or a refund.

Please read our full Garlic Germination Limited Guarantee here.


Mild Garlic Flavor That's A Great Keeper

  • They call it Elephant because it gets so big! It looks, smells, and tastes like garlic but it's actually a member of the leek family. Cure for 30 days before using, or it will be bitter.
  • Raw flavor is like an intense green onion with a garlic taste, but we recommend using this cooked, not raw.
  • Delicious in chicken dishes, or as an onion or leek substitute in soups or stews.
  • A great keeper, storing up to a year.
  • Grows best where winters aren't too severe (sorry, Midwesterners). When raised in optimal conditions, this monster can be 4" across.
  • Packaged as a combination of bulbs and individual cloves by weight. Approximately 2 bulbs per lb., 5-6 cloves per bulb

Check Out Our Garlic Articles

* Garlic Basics * Garlic Planting and Growing Guide * Softneck vs Hardneck Garlic!

Customer Reviews

Nice mild flavor

I roasted this with chicken and potatoes. It was kind of hard to tell the difference between this and the potatoes visually -- easy to tell the difference texture and taste-wise though. Giant cloves, easy to peel.

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Delicious, fun to cook with

Since elephant garlic isn't actually garlic, it has a different texture/quality to it even if the taste is quite similar. It's a lot of fun to chop up and sauté with meet or veggies.

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