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Asian Tempest, Hard-neck Asiatic, is a great growing Asiatic garlic with wonderful HOT flavor. Originally from South Korea and is positively wonderful great tasting HOT garlic with great storage life. It is breathtaking if eaten raw. Asian Tempest grows well in Northern States, but does extremely well in Southern states. It is an earlier harvesting garlic. Averages about 5-6 large cloves per bulb.

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Why Keene Garlic?

We offer organically grown garlic with unique heirloom varieties for culinary and planting uses. Our Wisconsin garlic farm in collaboration with other small local family farms allow us to proudly serve only US grown garlic. This unity allows us to provide exceptional quality garlic grown by small, local, organic family farms around Wisconsin to give you the experience of flavorful gourmet garlic while sustaining our organic family farms.

  • We are the premier online store for buying garlic for culinary and planting uses from small quantities, sampler packages, wholesale, and bulk for the chef, gardener, and farmer.
  • Certified Organic and Naturally Grown. Meeting food quality safety standards.  All our garlic can be eaten or planted.
  • Our gourmet garlic cannot be found many other places like the grocery stores, big box stores, or Amazon.
  • Our garlic plants produce some of the best seed stock for growing garlic for gardeners and farmers.
  • Officially approved by Martha Stewart's Good Things. Martha Stewart has been growing Keene Garlic on her farms for 10 years.
  • Our garlic fields are tested annually for pests and diseases and this is part of our strategy to bring you exceptional quality garlic.
  • We’re a small family business, owned and operated by Keene, his wife, and sons with loyal and exceptional part time staff
  • We make garlic easy to grow by offering our decades of experience to our customers.
  • Our heirloom varieties have generational lineage and traceability back hundreds of years.
  • Garlic is a nutritious superfood, with multiple health benefits, and medical properties.
  • Keene Garlic produces the best tasting seasonings with our homegrown garlic. The flavor of our garlic seasonings is exceptional and not found in grocery stores.
  • Keene Garlic has grown making collaborations with local farmers or Made in the USA companies offering potatoes, onions, fertilizer, garden tools.

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Harvest season is our favorite season. 🧄❤️ ...

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Question of the Week: How should I cure my garlic?

✔ out of direct sunlight
✔ temperatures between 80°F and 110°F
✔ humidity between 45 to 50%
✔ constant airflow with fans
✔ 3-4 weeks

Every region is different in terms of temperature and humidity at this time of year, so we should all just do the best we can to get within these ranges. You don`t have to be perfect, and there are so many ways to effectively cure garlic.

For more info, visit the "curing garlic" link in our bio.

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Check out how @upbeetfarmllc processed their garlic post harvest! They are a small veggie farm located in Prairie Du Sac, WI. ...

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A magical garlic harvest from our customer Aaron ✨

We love this method of hanging the garlic up to dry, so simple, functional, and beautiful!

If you’re looking for tips on curing/storing your garlic, we’ve got you covered. Check out the links in our bio — we’ve worked really hard to record the tips we’ve learned through the years.

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A beautiful harvest of German Extra Hardy from Jessica 🧄

We’re so proud to see how big her bulbs got, especially for her first time ever growing garlic! Jessica told us that now garlic is one of her favorite things to grow, and she can’t wait to plant more this fall ❤️

P.S. Remember to pre-order for fall planting! “Fall garlic bulbs” link in bio 👆

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Our shallot leaves have fallen over, which means it`s time to harvest!

Our red shallots are multiplier shallots — you plant one bulb and can harvest between 4-10 shallots! These bulbs may look small, but they are packed with flavor and will add a gourmet touch to your favorite meals. ❤

Shallots can be planted in the spring or fall. So, if you`d like to plant some this fall, they`ll be ready to harvest next summer. To place your pre-order, visit the "red shallots" link in our bio!!

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Reminder: Doing a test dig on a few bulbs to see how they are progressing underground is always a good way to help you decide when to harvest.

For example, this bulb has 5 green leaves remaining, with good shoulders and a nice size. It looks like it could be harvested in the next couple of days!

For more harvesting tips, visit the "harvesting garlic" link in our bio!!

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It’s garlic harvest time!!! 🧄🧄🧄 ...

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Question of the Week: What should I do after harvesting my garlic?

1) C U R I N G

Curing garlic is the simple process of drying garlic bulbs, which is essential for good storage. Put your garlic somewhere out of the sun and provide good airflow with fans. The curing process will take around 3 weeks - remove the fans when your garlic is finished curing. Curing is complete when there is little to no green inside the stem.

2) S T O R I N G

Whole bulbs of garlic can keep for 6-12 months or more when properly stored at the right temperature and in the correct environment. Garlic is best-stored long-term when kept at a temperature between 35°F and 55°F in an environment with 40 percent to 60 percent humidity.

Garlic needs to breathe, and it’s best to avoid storing your garlic in plastic bags or sealed containers that prevent airflow. Storing garlic uncovered, such as in a wire mesh basket inside your cupboard or beneath a small, overturned clay pot, is ideal. You can also store garlic in a paper or mesh bag. To store your garlic in the refrigerator, put your garlic bulbs in a brown paper bag and store them in the crisper drawer.

For more info, visit the "curing garlic" link in our bio!

📸: @mableandjack

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Follow @keenegarlic for more harvesting tips! 🧄 ...

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A lovely harvest from Mary. ❤

It brings us so much joy to see all of your stunning harvests! Many years ago, we dreamed of teaching others how to grow their own garlic, and now that dream has come true.

We look forward to continuing to provide our wonderful customers with the finest heirloom garlic seed. Pictured here is Chesnok Red, one of our favorites. 🧄

Pre-order your Chesnok Red at the "fall garlic bulbs" link in our bio!

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Our garlic is soaking up the summer sunshine! ☀️

As harvest time approaches, we want to extend our deepest gratitude to our amazing growers. We partner with small, local family farms to bring you the highest quality garlic seed.

Our garlic is grown organically, without GMOs, and is non-irradiated. Our garlic thrives in the nutrient-rich soil of Wisconsin, and our farmers nurture each bulb with so much love and care that you`ll taste the difference. ❤

Thank you for supporting Keene Garlic and small family farms. 🧄

P.S. Remember to get your pre-orders in for fall garlic. Click the "fall garlic bulbs" link in our bio.

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Did you forget to pick some or all of your scapes? 🧄

A sign that your garlic is nearing harvest is when the garlic scapes you forgot to pick start pointing to the sky! These curly flower stalks, if left on the plant, will straighten up as the bulbs mature.

For those growing softneck garlic, which doesn`t produce scapes, a different sign will indicate it`s almost time to harvest: the garlic will start to droop and fall over.

By paying attention to these signs, you`ll know when your garlic is getting close to being ready for harvest. Happy harvesting!

Visit the "harvesting garlic" link in our bio for more tips!

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Question of the Week: Why is my garlic turning yellow?

As garlic approaches harvest time, you may notice it starting to yellow and die back. This is completely normal, so there’s no need to worry! When there are 4-5 primarily green leaves remaining, counting from the top leaf to the bottom, it means your garlic is ready to harvest. Another rule of thumb is that it`s ready when about 50% of the leaves have died back.

Keep in mind, these are general guidelines, and we can`t provide specific advice for each garden and region. The best thing you can do is to regularly check on your garlic and use your best judgment to determine the right time to harvest.

Happy gardening, and may your garlic harvest be bountiful!

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Remember, if you`re growing multiple varieties of garlic, they might be ready to harvest at different times. 🧄

Always let your plants tell you when they`re ready to harvest. As you can see, some of these are ready to be harvested and some should wait a bit longer.

A few things we look for are:

✔ 4 to 5 green leaves remaining
✔ Good shoulders
✔ Fully-formed bulb
✔ A healthy bulb not sitting in saturated soil

Visit the "harvesting garlic" link in our bio to learn more.

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Let`s play a garlic guessing game...🎛🧄

Looking at these plants, can you tell which garlic bulb is ready to be harvested? Which one should wait?

We`ve received many questions about when to harvest garlic. Remember, the best way to know is by doing a test pull. Look for nicely sized bulbs that are uniform with well-formed shoulders. ❤

For more tips on harvesting garlic, visit the "harvesting garlic" link in our bio!!

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Garlic harvest season is upon us 🧄❤️ thanks for sharing @bens.backyard ...

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Give the gift of flavor and food! Your recipient will be able to purchase all the items need to grow great garlic. We also have a great line of Garlic Seasoning, Organic Fertilizer and garden tools.