The Green Pages: Filaree Garlic Farm (E-Commerce Companies)

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Website: Visit their website
E-Mail: Contact them
Phone: (509) 422 6940
Physical address: 182 Conconully Hwy
Okanogan, WA 98840

Reviews and Endorsements:
Endorsed by nell without a written review - Nov 5, 2015 12:21 PM
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Because I waited too long to order garlic this year, the usual vendors were no longer shipping. So... I accidentally discovered Filaree Garlic while searching for someone who was still shipping and what a happy accident it has been! Although they are more expensive (they are organic and you pay extra for it), the quality is fantastic! I ordered 6 different types and cannot be happier with what I received. This is especially surprising given that it is so late in the season and they state clearly that, to get the best quality, order early (they ship the best and largest first and work their way down). If this indicative of their "tag ends," I cannot wait to see what I receive next year with a more timely order. The quality truly is as good (and in many cases, much better) than anything else I have received in the past from other vendors.

I did have to contact customer service when USPS missed the delivery date and their site showed that my package was being held in one location. As it turns out, there had been a storm that delayed sorting the package. Customer service was quick to respond and lovely to deal with.

Some photos of my order:

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I ordered three varieties of garlic from them last year and the bulbs arrived in excellent condition and ready to go. I did think they were a little expensive, but they keep a great selection. I'm ordering from them again this year.

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