Inchelium Red Gourmet Garlic (soft neck) (type artichoke)
Top rated softneck garlic in 1990 taste test at Rodale kitchens. Discovered on the Colville Indian reservation. It has a mild but lingering flavor. This mild flavored garlic is great blended with mashed potatoes , baked or chopped and cooked with almost everything.
Early Italian Garlic (softneck) (type artichoke) (naturally grown)
This garlic works well to add a mild but sweet flavor to soups, salads, or most entrees. Delicious roasted or baked. Big creamy cloves. Can be stored 9 - 12 months after harvest.
California White Garlic (softneck) (artichoke) ( naturally grown)
Rich full bodied flavor. Store-bought garlic just can't compare. Creamy white cloves bursting with spicy-hot flavor. When it is naturally grown at Huber gardens, it's good stuff.
Elephant Garlic (botanically classified as allium ampeloprasum)
Elephant garlic is not a garlic. It is a type of leek. The cloves are milder and sweeter than true garlic. Elephant garlic is know to have the flavor of onions and leeks with soft notes of garlic. Can be sliced and deep fryed to make garlic chips. This will be our first year to grow Elephant Garlic. So we may or may not have any ready for 2024 because it normally takes 2 years to get clove development.
Cedar Wood Art
The process of fractal burning with electricity being run through wood to make a original design.
Wall Art Cross
Beautiful fractal burn with a outstanding cross centerpiece.
Beautiful pine shelves that will last a lifetime.
Cedar Wood Art
One of a kind cedar corner table topper with candle or flower vase that is sure to start a conversation.
Fractal Burn Art pieces
A collection of original fractal burn pieces.
large box $23.20 tray $17.40 large bowl $23.20 med bowl $17.40 all + tax