Our fresh Garlic and Herb wreaths make a beautiful and fragrant touch to any space. Made with a braid of Fresh garlic, Thyme, Rosemary and three sets of chilies.
Hang on a door, above the fireplace, in a window, staircase or in the kitchen to add a fresh, festive element to any room during the holidays. Our wreaths are a very special one-of-a-kind culinary gift.
*Not Available when Garlic is out of season/sold out. Garlic is harvested in July and available for sale from late July until we're sold out.
- Culinary Garlic and Herbs Wreaths are made with certified organic rosemary and thyme herbs and are edible.
- Garlic & Red Chili is fresh, natural and edible but are NOT organic
- Features: a 13 bulb garlic braid and 3 sets of chilies
- Please allow for natural variations
- Wreaths are shipped fresh typically between November and January.
- 14" diameter
- Made in the U.S.A
For best results…
Immediately remove from shipping box and give a quick shake to fluff up the leaves.
All bay products are made to order, shipped fresh and should be opened immediately. Leaving the bay in its shipping box will damage it.
Hang indoors - out of direct sunlight, away from excess heat and moisture.
Keep out of freezing temperatures.
You can lightly spray with water to keep fresh for longer, but don’t mist repeatedly.
To use your bay in the kitchen…
In about 10-14 days the leaves will dry and turn a lighter green color and become more brittle. That is when they are great to cook with! Just pull off a leaf and use it right away. Or you can pull several, let them air dry and then store in a sealed jar. They’ll be good for about a year.
If your bay product has chilis, those are not organic, but they are edible. Please note that bay is toxic to animals if consumed.
Gently cut netting with scissors to remove braid without injury to bulbs.
Find the little string hook on the back of the braid and hang in a cool, dry place, preferably out of direct heat and sunlight.
To use your garlic in the kitchen...
Twist off one bulb at a time, working from top to bottom - the bulbs at the bottom have the longest stems so they will stay fresh the longest (nine months to a year to be exact)!