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Curing garlic on the rack, 64+ bulbs

Gaaahlic! One of my favorite seasoning ingredients!

When I find a new recipe and it calls for garlic, I always quadruple the amount without question!

Now, we are curing our first harvest of garlic that we started in the garden last fall.

We sowed our first sets of seed garlic cloves in the fall following the colder climate method, and is typically the last crop to go into the garden before winter. Garlic is usually planted in the late fall and harvested the following early summer.

Here are some general tips and guidelines for growing your own garlic! Get ready, because I am going to start another batch of garlic in just a few months this fall.

How much seed garlic…


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  • Veronica Gantley
    June 16, 2012
    Wow! I never thought of growing garlic. I have peppers, tomatoes and cucumbers planted now. Those are my stand by. I tried broccoli. It didnt seem to grow very well. I am afraid our Virginia winters may be to cold for it. I will have to look into it. Thanks for sharing with us.

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