KEEPING THE COWS IN "COW"ICHAN SINCE 1960

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Organic Garlic

$6.25

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A mix of softneck and hardneck garlic grown with organic practices.

225g per bag.

The white hardneck garlic has fewer, larger cloves per head and will last until December if stored properly (see below). When raw it has a hot bite to it, so it's usually cooked before serving.

The purple softneck garlic has smaller cloves and a gentler flavour, better for using raw. It will last until February if stored properly.


Storage: in a cool dry location with plenty of ventilation - we deliver it in a paper bag with holes punched in it; just make sure it's got airflow around the bag for better longevity.

Island Shire

"I've had a strawberry kitchen forever!", says Shannon Van Hemert. Strawberries are her favourite fruit, and she's decorated with them since she got married. So it made sense to specialize in growing them on her Tolkien-themed farm, Island Shire.

"We don't pick them if they're not ripe. So the berries are sweet and juicy, and ready to eat sooner than later."

Island Shire started in 2010 when the Van Hemerts decided to move back to James' home province. They scoped out several areas of BC, but the Cowichan Valley was the best fit. Shannon grows a variety of fruits and vegetables, with main crops of strawberries and garlic. No herbicides, pesticides, or fungicides are sprayed on the farm, but Instead they use organic practices such as crop rotation, green manures, row covers, soil solarization and lots of plain old-fashioned weeding.

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