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How and When to dig up Garlic

How and When to dig up Garlic!- "Garlic starts to die and dry up from the bottom up. For every clove of garlic in the head, there’s a corresponding leaf. 6 leaves, 6 cloves. You get the picture. When half of the garlic leaves are dried up the garlic is ready to be pulled."

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from homestead-honey.com

Growing, Harvesting, and Storing Garlic

Garlic is not only an incredible culinary and medicinal plant, but is also incredibly easy to grow in your home garden! In this post, you'll find all that you need to know about growing, harvesting, and storing garlic. Homestead Honey | http://homestead-honey.com

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from The Art of Doing Stuff

How and When to dig up Garlic

How to Plant and Harvest Garlic

The Trick of Knowing When to Harvest Garlic. (Tried this last year and lost my garlic experiment by waiting too long to "harvest" my 2 bulbs.)

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from A Way To Garden

the tricky matter of when to harvest garlic

Margaret Roach explains the best way to tell when your garlic is ready for harvest, how to harvest it, and how to dry and store it for longest life and best flavor.

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If you grow hardneck garlic you are in for a treat because the plant provides two harvests. A few weeks before the garlic bulb finishes growing, you will have an opportunity to harvest garlic scapes. These tender, mildly garlic flavored shoots are delicious. See how easy it is to harvest garlic scapes and ten creative ways to use them.

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Your Guide to Harvesting and Storing Garlic

Farmer's hand holding organic garlic

from Gardening Know How

Harvesting Garlic: Best Time To Havest Garlic Plants

So you planted garlic in the garden and you let it grow all winter and all spring and now you are wondering when you should be harvesting garlic. Read here to find out the best time to harvest garlic plants.

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How to Grow Onions - From Start to Finish (Alternative Energy and Gardning)

Onions are edible bulbs. They are members of the allium family, along with chives, garlic, leeks, shallots and ornamental alliums. Onion bulbs are round or oblong and are composed of concentric layers

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from A Way To Garden

the tricky matter of when to harvest garlic

Margaret Roach explains the best way to tell when your garlic is ready for harvest, how to harvest it, and how to dry and store it for longest life and best flavor.

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