Enon Valley Garlic
214 Little Beaver Rd.
Enon Valley, PA 16120
We are sold out (again) thanks to all our loyal customers during 2013. We have planted 46 varieties and will be selling about 30 of them this year. This website will be updated in the spring, until then, check us out on facebook.
Enon Valley garlic is grown organically on our 90 acre farm in Beaver County PA. Every plant is hand sown, mulched, weeded, harvested and cleaned. We love what we do and guarantee you will be pleased with your purchase. While we are selling garlic for you to eat, once you receive your garlic, you can eat, freeze, dehydrate, pickle or cultivate it.
Our garlic is harvested early to mid July (scapes are available late May to early June). Then we cure and clean the garlic making our new crop available for sale in August. Our garlic is never treated with any chemicals and can be eaten as well as planted. We are proud of our product and feel confident you will love it too.
WE WILL BE SELLING 4-5 NEW VARIETIES AT THE MARKETS AND FESTIVALS THIS YEAR SO STOP BY TO GET SOME NEW, LIMITED STOCK GARLICS!
Where to buy our products:
Weekly Farmers Markets
Sewickley Farmers Market -
Saturdays 9AM - 1PM May - Nov, St. James parking lot
Ellwood City Farmers Market
Saturdays 8AM - noon Beaver Ave, Ellwood City, PA
Chippewa Farmers Market
Tuesdays 4 - 7PM May - Nov, United Methodist Church
Pittsburgh Market Square
Thursdays 11 - 2 June - Nov, Downtown
Maple Syrup Festival
April 6-7, 2013
Brady's Run Park, Rt/ 51 Patterson, PA
8:30 - 4:30 Free admission
Phipps Tomato Garlic
Sunday, August 25, 2013
Phipps Conservatory, Pittsburgh,
11 AM - 5 PM
Free with donation to Pittsburgh Food Bank
Free admission to Conservatory during Festival hours
September 7-8, 2013
Square, Cleveland, OH
9 AM - 6 PM
Cost: $10- Adults, children under 5 free
Mother Earth News Harvest
September 20-22, 2013
9 AM - 5 PM
Cost: Adults $20
What our clients have to say about us!
Wow... I didn't know garlic could taste so fantastic. We have always bought it at the store or farmers market but from now on, we'll be eating our own gourmet garlic and sharing it with our friends.
- Ralph and Mary Townsend, Albany, NY
You guys really know your garlic. I guess we had poor seed before because we never grew garlic this large, or this good. We now have 3 varieties (German extra hardy, Russian Giant and Polish) and will be adding Metechi and Leningrad this order.
- Phylis Thompson, Centerville, MA
garlic. We bought your Korean Red last year and just harvested the
best garlic I have ever seen or tasted this year. Gurney's charges $9
per head for boring, mediocre garlic.
-Mary Lou Gresham, Clairton, PA
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