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Grown In Montana is a federally registered trademark regulated by the Montana Department of Commerce.   REGISTRATION NUMBER is #14669
Made in Montana, PO Box 200533, Helena, MT 59620-0533.

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Organic Reference: USDA: 7 CFR 205.101(a).  GeoEat Farms follows USDA organic standards including §205.203  Soil fertility and crop nutrient management practice standards.   Reference 7 CFR 205.101(a) Exemp.-Certification - 7 CFR 205.102.  Headquarters Address:   302 North Roberts, Helena, MT, 59620   *  Public Phone: 406- 444-9421

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P.O. Box 6056

Bozeman, Montana, MT  59771

(406) 580 1314

USDA ORGANIC organics, exempt, Organic farms and businesses CFR 205.101, 100%, seed garlic

Growing Garlic

$25.00Price
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"Growing Garlic"

 

This is Watercolor Art, Printed on Canvas and Stretched onto a Solid Frame.  Select the Size that Will Work Best for your Space.   Thrill your walls now with stunning Garlic prints from the our Garlic Farm. Choose from colorful Garlic artworks with the option to print on canvas.  Liven up your space by adding canvas wall art. A vibrantly colored garlic art imate is printed for you to create an intriguing focal point.

 

Garlic is native to Central Asia and northeastern Iran, and has long been a common seasoning worldwide, with a history of several thousand years of human consumption and use. It was known to ancient Egyptians, and has been used both as a food flavoring and as a traditional medicine.

 

Art is important because it encompasses many of our senses.  What does art mean to you? What makes art important, and why?  This is your invitation to share our garlic art on your walls.  The arts matter because we learn something about aspects of our world, including garlic, we would have never known otherwise. The arts make our brain and our heart stretch to make room for newness. Sometimes, parts of us are displaced and replaced by wiser stuff. And that’s a good thing.