How we grow garlic in our farms
We offer over 40 different varieties of certified organic garlic for sale on our online store.
We are a small sustainable certified organic family farm situated in beautiful Yellow Springs Ohio near John Bryan State Park. Mad River Garlic Growers is proudly certified organic by OEFFA USDA. (OEFFA # 2446). We feel it is important that we farm without pesticides and chemicals and that we nourish our soil making it more beneficial for the next crop and for the health of our environment.
We use only naturally organic approved (OMRI) nutrients and fertilizers to grow our certified organic garlic. Our garlic may be eaten or planted straight out of the box as our garlic is good for health, and growing it organically is our top most priority.
See the garlic varieties that we grow in our farms
Certified organic garlic for sale
Just received my order of Russian Red in SW Pennsylvania (10.1.2021) and boy are they beautiful! Ordered months ago, they delivered right before my planting time just as expected. The growing tips pamphlet and mesh bag were a great addition as well. I’m super happy with this order and am looking forward to getting these in the ground. Great product Mad River!
Ordered an assortment of different kinds of garlic to plant here on Long Island NY. Ordered them back in July. Came this week and planted next day. Reputable Farm. I Highly recommend for anyone interested in planting Garlic
Best looking garlic I have ever received. Biggest cloves. Can’t wait to see how the bulbs get. Very happy with my purchase and this vendor.
I was nervous to place my first order. But who could resist an organic garlic grower in my home state of O-H? I received my order today and it was a perfect box of carefully wrapped garlic starts. Great attention to detail in packing, excellent quality bulbs, and received in a timely fashion. Support these local organic farmers and you’ll be very satisfied, too!
Top notch customer service! I had an issue with my order, and Joanne promptly responded to my email and corrected the issue.
I have high hopes for a great garlic harvest next summer!