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For Sale: Fresh Garlic Bulbs/Chives - Boost your immune system immediately!

Updated: Mar 20

20 Fresh GARLIC Bulbs and Chives (greens) - $20

(sold only in packs of $20)

Ready to plant. Super easy to plant.

ORDER NOW by texting Sheryl at 801-278-5313

Pay by VENMO, cash or check payable to Sheryl McGlochlin

VENMO user name: @sheryl-mcglochlin

This is a powerful HERB that keeps on giving year after year!


  • Helps to boost your immune system.

  • Helps prevent colon cancer, stomach cancer, lung cancer, brain cancer, etc.

  • Helps prevent or treat yeast infections, flu, diarrhea, high blood pressure.

  • Treats ear aches, muscle soreness, athletes foot, stress, fatigue.

  • Adds delicious flavor to a wide assortment of meals.

  • Natural insect repellent.

  • Can improve your skin.

Tips on how to plant

  • Garlic bulbs and greens are BOTH very potent. A small amount goes a long way.

  • Plant the bulb with the greens attached.

  • Leave it planted in the ground year after year

  • Cut and eat the GREENS right before eating.

  • Cut only what you will use immediately to keep it fresh.

  • Leave the bulb in the ground so it continues to produce more bulbs.

  • Bulbs continue to produce and multiply each year.

  • New bulbs form for years to come.

  • Once you plant the bulb in the ground, forget about it.

  • They keep growing easily and rapidly without you doing anything.

Instructions for growing garlic and garlic greens

  • Garlic should be planted in early spring or the fall in a sunny location with rich, well-drained soil.

  • Garlic pops out of the ground in early spring and fall.

  • Garlic thrives in cold, wet weather.

  • The green leaves can be cut down to ground level BEFORE winter.

  • Use greens in a wide variety of dishes.

  • Keep garlic bulbs in the ground all the time IF you want to keep producing garlic year after year, which I do.

  • Continue eating only the garlic greens or chives.

  • By eating only the greens and not the bulbs you’ll have many bulbs keep multiplying for years to come!

How to use garlic greens

  • Avoid dried ends or soggy leaves

  • Browning or dirty outer leaves can be stripped off, just like green onions

  • Trim off root ends and any tough part of the green leaves.

  • Chop or slice like confetti, keep in a container in the refrigerator.

  • Sprinkle RAW garlic chives on potatoes, salad greens, pasta salads, stir frys, veggies, soups, toast w/ butter, braised-like asparagus, etc.

  • For best results don’t cook garlic chives since you'll lose all the flavor and nutrients. They are the most potent when eaten fresh.

  • Add chives right before eating.

  • I cut them into little confetti pieces before eating.

  • Garlic chives make a beautiful garnish on chicken, fish, beef, pork, etc.

  • Add garlic chives to any food item you would typically add salt and pepper to.

  • When cutting chives or greens, leave at least 3 inches from the ground to help them continue to grow back fast.