Garlic Sprouts

Garlic Sprouts

$25.25 1/2 lb.

Though it is actually the seed of a Garlic Chive plant, the Sprouts taste just like Garlic!!!!

These come straight from an Illinois farmer we have worked with for years. They are vigorous sprouting seeds of the highest quality.

Note: This is the same seed we sell for Garlic Chive Micro-Greens.

Our Garlic Chive Seed comes from a source which is certified organic.

Note: We sell Garlic by the 1/2 pound.

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Sprouting Directions

  • Soak 8 - 12 hours
  • Rinse / Drain 2 - 3 times per day
  • Harvest 10 - 14 days
  • Yield 4.5 to 1

Though it is actually a chive seed, it tastes just like Garlic. You can find Garlic in our Leafy sprout - Italian Blend as well. One of the slowest sprouts, Garlic takes up to 15 days to finish sprouting - but it is worth it! An awesome flavor! This seed comes, once again, from a Certified Organic farm in the midwest. They produce the highest quality seed we have ever seen, and we are pleased to have had a direct connection, and such a good relationship for so many years which has allowed us to offer their seed consistently.

We love garlic. So good!

Vitamins A, B, C and E
Calcium, Chlorophyll, Iron, Magnesium, Niacin, Phosphorus, Potassium
Amino Acids, Trace Elements
Protein: 20%

All references to Garlic on Sproutpeople sites (or by any other sprouting seed supplier) refers to the seed produced by a Garlic Chive plant. Regular Garlic does not produce seeds - it produces bulbuls atop the leaves and bulbs below ground. Garlic Chive is virtually identical in flavor to Garlic. We’ve been getting our garlic chive seed from farmer Ed, in Illinois for many years. It’s always great seed, but this year is particularly good. It isn’t as fast to germinate as it has been but it grows more evenly and vigorously than usual. Seed Shelf Life: 1 year. Store in cool, dark, dry spot. Store in freezer to extend shelf life.
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    These sprouts are everything. Perfect on egg/avocado toast in the morning, perfect in soups and in salads. They take a bit longer but are totally worth the wait! Vickie and I are on the same page. The italian mix is fab but I do like more of a garlicy punch so these are superb!
    Ashley 5/9/2017
  • Mmmm--GARLIC!
    Yes, these do have a true garlic taste (be forewarned, SMELLS just like it also--LOL). Like another reviewer Italian mix isn't garlic-y enough for my taste and alone these are expensive. Therefore, I'm also working on creating my own mix by sprouting garlic for about 5 days, adding soaked and rinsed clover or alfalfa seeds and then continuing the drain/rinse cycle for about another week. Happy inventing!
    Vickie 5/20/2016
  • Garlicy
    I tried growing the garlic sprouts alone after having them in the italian mix which I really love. I give these 5 stars for flavor but they take a long time to grow and they are expensive so I made it 4. If you sprout some of these for a week or so and then add them to italian mix they grow all the way by the time the italian finishes sprouting. I like doing that because it gives me a great garlic flavor and costs less then growing the garlic alone. Really great.
    Sonny 6/17/2014
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