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Planting Garlic in the Fall: What You Need to Know

The great thing about growing garlic is, well, everything! It gets planted in the fall, after most of the harvest is done and garden chores are boiling down. This saves you time and stress in the Spring, when planting overtakes your everyday life.

from The Art of Doing Stuff

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."


Garlic needs an overwinter resting period (6-8 weeks) so plant garlic and keep in a seedling container and then when it starts to sprout transfer outside

from Dream Garden 101

Plant And Grow Garlic

When to Plant : Plant in fall, about 6 weeks before hard frost. Set large, firm individual cloves point up in well-prepared soil, burying cloves an inch or two below ground level in mild zones, and…

from Common Sense Homesteading

How to Grow Garlic - From Planting to Harvest

How to Grow Garlic. Where do I Get Garlic to Plant in My Garden? Different Types of Garlic. How to Plant Garlic. How and When to Harvest Garlic.

Allium~one of my favorites!..and if anyone knows a tried and tested way to stop them stinking when used as a cut flower then I'd love to hear it...thanks..

from Pioneer Settler

When And How To Harvest Garlic

When To Harvest Garlic | Gardening and Homesteading Guide by Pioneer Settler at