Supply of Garlic Seeds & Bulk for use

Support & training

Platform for farmers, buyers and suppliers to meet

Garlic related products (Import & Export)

The Garlic Farmers SA story began one hot summer night in Pretoria during December 2000. My wife, Julie had a dream, woke me up and took me outside at 04h00 in the morning to show me our front yard. Whilst pointing a finger at the front yard she said: “I know you are a farmer at heart. Use this ground for something.” The front yard consisted of two pieces of lawn separated by the entrance motor pathway. On the fringes of the lawn were planted Karee and Lilac trees. The size of the two pieces of lawn together was 155 square meters or 1.5% of a hectare.

We have been a garlic farm for over 20 years now, being garlic suppliers in and around South Africa. We also have an online garlic shop to sell garlic and garlic seeds. Get in touch with us if you also want to become a garlic supplier. Contact us today!

Friendly assistance from the start, patient with all the questions. The willingness was so motivational and helped with the process. Prices was also the best matching quality
Joleen Jansen van Rensburg

The Garlic always are of Best Value. And service; customer care is only a pleasure
Julie B Steynberg

Very friendly and helpful people assisting you with everything you need to know of garlic. After sales service is excellent if you have a question or query they don’t hesitate to help you in anyway they can even come out to your farm to come and help you.Thanx Jaun and your team at Garlic farmers Sa for all your friendliness and after sales services helped a lot.


Get in touch for your Garlic Seeds. Visit our Online Garlic Shop.



Garlic is always propagated from garlic cloves. The time to plant the garlic seeds is crucial for the success of cultivation. Our garlic farm experience taught us that garlic should be planted in the summer rainfall areas at the beginning of March through to April or when the weather starts cooling down.


When the green tops start growing, by all means give a nitrogen rich fertiliser, but not when the plant starts forming it’s bulbs, then you want nutrients that will assist the bulbing.


Stop watering 2 weeks before harvesting your garlic farm. You do not want to harvest wet muddy garlic! You will know your garlic is ready when you have 6 – 8 green leaves present and the bottom ones are brown and shrivelled. Repeat the process, by planting new garlic seeds again.