Our Garlic

We only grow stuff we love to eat and so, garlic was a top choice for us to grow! We’re very proud of our garlic and delight in being able to share with you this product, grown lovingly and naturally with integrity in the perfect local cool climate and rich soil conditions to create delicious premium organic garlic.

We’ve been blessed with a great deal of splendid feedback from so many customers about our garlic. Over the years, it's also become that the majority of our annual online shop customers are now long term regulars. We are also honoured to have been delicious Magazine Produce Awards finalists &/or medallists, since 2010 AND we won medals in the Royal Agricultural Show of Victoria's Royal Melbourne Fine Food Awards, including Silver Medals in 2015 and 2016.

 Our gorgeous certified organic garlic owes its delightfully piquant and rich depth of flavour to being grown under ideal climatic conditions with our long, cold, wet winters here in the Central Victorian Highlands, about 700m above sea level near Daylesford. The fertile, red volcanic soils of Angelica Organic Farm and our ardently employed biological growing methods further guarantee the quality and heartiness of our garlic. Angelica Organic Farm garlic is produced almost entirely by hand – planted, weeded (several times!), harvested, cured, trimmed, cleaned and packed by hand. The best quality control from "sow – to - sale"!

We have been growing organic, early season turban-style rocambole (hard neck) garlic since 2007. Rocamboles are renowned for their excellent, strong flavour, glamorous red-purple skins and single circle of 6-12 easily handled cloves.

Our focus is to grow premium quality garlic for direct sale to home cooks and chefs. We are NOT commercial planting stock growers/suppliers and are not set up to do so.

Whether you're looking for full flavour or health benefits from your garlic, the key is well cured and well stored garlic, used within its proper season (gen. summer-early winter with our early season rocambole types but into winter with some late white varieties that others may grow). Once sprouted it is still enjoyable for quite a while too, just not at its peak. 

Our online garlic shop takes orders in 1, 2 and 3kg packs (or a combo can be ordered for bigger orders) for the loose garlic bulbs, with 1kg being the minimum order quantity required. Austpost prepaid Standard and Express post options are offered for each size pack and cover all delivery destinations. For large online orders, feel free toemail us if you wish for us to check on P&H fees for "choose your own packing" options over the pre-paid comb options offered here. Of course you can purchase any quantity you like from us directly at our farmers' market stalls or via prearranged farm gate sales. N.B. We DO NOT supply ’seed’/planting stock garlic, cheap bulk OR sell general wholesale garlic. 

Our pricing is based on current market prices (plus postage and handling) and therefore may vary a bit from season to season.
We are keen to keep our garlic at a price affordable to all (and viable to grow) and as such have been absorbing the rising cost of production by selling it at $42kg plus p&h since our Online Garlic Shop started in 2009. Unfortunately we are now forced to raise our price to $44kg plus p&h. This is only a price increase of $2. We keep our prices very competitive as small scale artisanal growers, committed to ensuring you top quality, excellent value, genuinely certified organic (Cert. Lic.# 10966 by ACO) gorgeous garlic.

Thank you for your support of Australian small farms and for your respect of our ethical, sustainable approach (incl. viable pricing) to running a family-based small farm business.

When is it ready?? Sign up to our Garlic E-News below to be notified when the Online Garlic Shop has opened for orders. It usually opens in the first week of January approximately BUT subscribe to the newsletter so we can notify you each season. 

BUY GORGEOUS CERTIFIED ORGANIC GARLIC ON THE FOLLOWING PAGE in the drop down menu of the above "Garlic Shop" heading...