The Garlic Crop for 2011 is Growing!
June 3rd, 2011
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Some scapes are starting to form on some of our garlic so we’re about six weeks or so away from harvest. Also here’s a photo of some of our winter rye growing in a field which will be planted to garlic later this fall.
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The Garlic is Really Tucked in Now!
February 2nd, 2011

What a difference a month makes. In December we had practically no snow, and now in the month of January we’ve had close to four feet dropped on us! Good for the garlic though; it should make for a great crop come summertime.

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Garlic Planted for the 2011 Season
December 20th, 2010

All of our garlic is now tucked in for the winter. We’ve had no snow so far but it’s been cold. The next thing you know we’ll be harvesting in July!

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Live from the Southern Vermont Garlic & Herb Festival
September 4th, 2010

The entire Garlic Guy team is here at the Southern Vermont Garlic and Herb Festival. We are meeting some wonderful garlic lovers as well as some fantastic vendors. Come see our booth and check out this years crop of garlic. We are selling our infamous powder, granules, and bulbs by the pound. The Garlic Guy is even signing autographs today so come on by.

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Powder Season is Under Way for 2010
August 16th, 2010

This past weekend we started making the 2010 batch of our gourmet garlic powder and I have to say it’s going to be ever bit as good as last year’s offering. Stay tuned! Or better yet, reserve your jar of goodness today!
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National Garlic Day
April 19th, 2010

garlicfield Today is National Garlic Day. Yup, garlic has its own holiday. I learned about this glorious day from the Garlic Seed Foundation Garlic Press Magazine.

They shared that National Garlic Day promotes the many uses of Garlic. There certainly are many uses. It’s a vegetable. It’s an herb. It is used in recipes around the world. Garlic has been used medicinally for thousands of years. Garlic is also believed to ward off evil spirits. The only negative thing you can say about garlic is that it can negatively affect an otherwise romantic evening.

Lindon Garlic Farm is celebrating National Garlic Day by entering your name in for a give away. The give away includes a free t-shirt and hat to anyone who leaves a comment on our website from today, April 19th to April 23rd. To enter, leave a comment about our website, a comment about any garlic powder that you have tasted, if you attended NOFA and stopped by to see us, or leave a question to be answered by The Garlic Guy. Make sure you leave your e-mail address so that we can contact you if you are the winner.
Eat some garlic in your dinner tonight and enjoy National Garlic Day, it only happens once a year!

The Garlic is Growing
March 25th, 2010

This past weekend, the weather was PERFECT! The temperature was in the high sixties and warm enough for the garlic to pop up. We hope to post a weekly report on the growing garlic. Anyone want to take a guess at the variety? Leave a comment for your guess!

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