Rocamboles



Russian Red-
 Very rich, sweet, full garlic flavor. Reliably produces good sized bulbs. Cloves are usually brown but can have a reddish tint.

Large- 3.5#
Small- 2#






Spanish Rojo-
One of the most popular Rocambole varieties known for its complex, sweet, rich, garlic flavor. It is one of the best tasting garlics we grow, unfortunately it is very picky about growing conditions and can be hard to get large heads.
Small- 1.5#






Killarney Red-
Excellent full garlic flavor similar to that of Spanish Rojo but it is less picky of growing conditions, so you can get bigger heads. Also it is one of the more easy to peel Rocamboles.
Small- 3.5#







German Brown-
Reliable producer of large bulbs with distinctive brown cloves, with strong garlic flavor. Originally from Filaree Farms Collection. Similar to German Red.

Large- 1.5#
Small- 3.5#









German Red-

Great producer of large reddish bulbs similar to German Brown but produces larger bulbs on our farm. When raw is among hottest tasting Rocamboles.

Small- 2#









Osage-
Originally traded to the Osage Indians by the French. Good producer of medium-large bulbs with reddish cloves. Probably the strongest and hottest tasting Rocambole we raise.

Large- 1#
Small- 2.5#







Carpathian-
Known for its classic strong garlic flavor, and nice bulbs. Originally from the Carpathian Mountains in Poland, gained popularity when America's Test Kitchen picked it as one of their favorites.

sold out





Iowa-
Also called Waddel Iowa, it is a good producer of large bulbs. New variety to us, but so far it has done well for us.

Small- 2.5#








Phillips-
Reliable producer of large bulbs with large purple tinted cloves. Known for being one of the best storing Rocamboles.

None for 2014









Pitarelli-
Great variety although it lacks the rich sweetness of other rocamboles. Harvested later and stores longer than most Rocamboles. Came to America from Czechoslovakia in the 1920's.

None for 2014









Colorado Black-
Great producer of large bulbs, the black refers the grey tint on some of the wrappers. Strong garlic flavor but without a hot aftertaste.

Small- 1.5#










Alexandria-


None for 2014



Graves-
Collected from old Graves dairy farm's cow pasture in Oklahoma. It is a good producer of medium sized bulbs, with brown cloves.

Large- 2#
Small- 6.5#








Montana Giant-
A very good tasting characterful Rocambole. It is picky about growing conditions as we have not yet seen the 'Giant'.


sold out






Marengo Lake-


None for 2014





Amish Rocambole-
Great producer of extra large bulbs with pink and brown stripes on the bulb wrapper. Old Amish variety from WI.

Large- 2.5#
Small- 1.5#






Martins' Heirloom-


Small- 1#





Yugoslavian-

Large- 1#
Small- 2#






Fireball-





Large- 3#
Small- 3#








Chrysalis Purple-
Dependable producer of huge bulbs with easy to peel cloves with excellent flavor. One of the last harvested varieties every year.


Small- 2#




Warrenville

Large- 1.5#
Small- 1.5#

Roy Bancroft

Large- 2#
Small- 3.5#


H+A

Large- 1#
Small- 1#


Merrifield

Large- 1.5#
Small- 2.5#


Crest Hill

Large- 0.5#
Small- 1.5#


Belmont Prairie

Large- 1#
Small- 2.5#


Assissi

Large- 0.5#
Small- 4#