Garlic Fest in Cleveland GA this Saturday!

Eatonton, GA(Zone 8a)

In case you can make it, Loganberry Farm in Cleveland GA (northeast GA) is holding their annual GarlicFest:

http://myemail.constantcontact.com/GarlicFest-2011--Just-5-Days-Away--.html?soid=1102950883970&aid=Pm-ftUfpigE

There's more info and directions on their website: http://www.loganberryheritagefarm.com/

I have no connection to the event - just looking forward to visiting the farm, buying some garlic, and celebrating fresh, organic food!

Cindy

Cleveland,GA/Atlanta, GA(Zone 7b)

I'll be there.

Cleveland,GA/Atlanta, GA(Zone 7b)

We had so much fun. Who knew garlic could be priced up there with Prada and Gucci? Those European designer names like Italian Purple or German White grabbed us. Cindy and I are now committed to raising our own food. We are broke! FACTOID...China raises more than twelve million tons of garlic a year and India is second with half that much. The U.S. is fifth.

Dahlonega, GA

Wish I'd known sooner , Would have joined you .

Danielsville, GA(Zone 7b)

Me too, digger do. Mike

Eatonton, GA(Zone 8a)

Wish we could have met up!

Mike - you asked where to get garlic - Loganberry Farms has it for sale, lots of varieties. It's $17/pound. There's also an online site with lots of different garlic farms: http://www.gourmetgarlicgardens.com/growers.html

I bought from a guy in Oregon last year - some of the garlic did really well, but I'm thinking the others that didn't may have preferred a cooler/wetter climate that we have. After some research, I learned that garlic acclimates to the climate it's grown in. So, I've been trying to find a GA or at least southern source.

Hope this helps!
Cindy

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