Michigan Garlic Farm is a family owned farm, specializing in hardneck garlic.   Our garlic is hand planted, hand weeded and hand harvested, so you are assured of getting the finest produce. Thanks to all of our new and repeat customers. We are especially thankful for all your positive comments and interest in our garlic and garlic products that we provide. 

We will once again be selling our garlic scapes and garlic bulbs at several farmers markets and online, starting in June.  Garlic Braids & Bundles will also be available as well as garlic granules and garlic powder (both regular and smoked).​ We also have garlic chive plants available for sale.  These plants will reward you with fresh garlic year after year (similar to the common onion chive plant, but garlic chive instead)

Planting time for hardneck garlic is now during October and into November. We still have a limited supply of garlic for planting & eating.  Please contact us at 810-923-7605 for availability.

Folks are welcome to come to our farm and pick up garlic products. You can also find our garlic & garlic products at the following locations

Argus Farms (Ann Arbor)
Ruhligs Produce (Dexter)

For more information, click on the "contact us" page.  Please remember to include your phone number and/or email address so we can respond.

CALENDAR MARKETS.  Here's a list of the markets we will be attending this year. Due to inclement weather conditions, this may change, so please feel free to contact us to confirm our market dates.

Ann Arbor Farmers Market (Wednesdays) 
The Green Market of Jackson (Thursdays)
Brighton Farmers Market & Farmington Farmers & Artisans Market (alternate Saturdays)
Birmingham Farmers Market & Howell Farmers Market (alternate Sundays)

Special Events we will be attending this year:

Farmers Market at the Capitol (July 28, Aug. 25 & Sept. 22 (Lansing)
This event held annually on the capitol lawn showcases Michigan food & agricultural products.



Welcome to our farm. Our mission is to provide people with a sustainable product which is a widely recognized food source with medicinal properties.