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Yellowstone Garlic was introduced in 2014.  We've been growing it ever since.  Yellowstone is porcelain garlic that is plump with large cloves.   The cloves have a subtle yellow color, similar to the color of Sauvignon Blanc wine.  Raw, this garlic is hot!  When roasted with olive oil, it has a beautiful, buttery flavor. 


Yellowstone Garlic is grown in the foothills of the Hyalite Mountains, not far from Yellowstone National Park.


  • Expect 3-7 large, with easy-to-peel cloves per bulb.
  • The Bulbs and Cloves are large!  
  • Yellowstone has an authentic Garlic Flavor. Hot, Hot, Hot. 
  • Assume Thermals, Old Faithful, Geyers.  Yellowstone has heat!
  • Roast Yellowstone, and it has a buttery-garlic flavor.
  • Yellowstone Garlic is the perfect choice for making Black Garlic  (Black garlic is a type of aged garlic that is colored deep black color and tastes like garlic candy).
  • Easy-to-grow and very cold-hardy. 


Resistant to disease. Clove skins are very thick and the cloves have a creamy-yellow appearance. Use larger Cloves as seed garlic. Ready for Planting.  Use smaller cloves for Culinary.  Though there is no right answer here.  


Substitute:  Music, Montana Zemo and Ivan.



GroEat Garlic is shipped beginning in September, depending on the season and the variety. Quantities are limited; order early for best availability. Sorry, not available in Idaho or Canada.

Yellowstone Hardneck

$34.64 Regular Price
$29.99Sale Price
  • Yellowstone is a garlic planted in the fall, soon after the first frost and a few weeks before the first hard frost. The seed garlic bulbs should be taken apart into separate cloves not long before planting. Hardneck garlic requires vernalization (exposure to a period of cold temperatures) before or after planting. Plant cloves two inches deep, the pointed side up. Garlic does best with loose soil with very good drainage and a pH of 7.0 optimum. Plant in an area with full sun exposure.

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