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    Did you know that one clove or bulb of garlic, when planted, can produce up to an additional twenty cloves? So instead of tossing out your garlic that’s started to sprout, plant it instead! Simply plant garlic cloves individually. If they’ve started to sprout, even better! Otherwise plant them with ...
    April 1, 2012

    How to plant garlic (one clove produces up to twenty more) - you can always have fresh garlic!

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    Plant Garlic: You can use an empty coffee/tin can, a flower pot or other container. A head of garlic is split (leaving as much of the papery skin on as possible), then each clove is planted in soil. After a few weeks, green shoots will begin to appear and you can snip these as they grow to season your dishes.

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    Gardening Tips - Put Epsom salts and sugar into each hole with your plant. It makes them grow larger, leafier and greener. But don't over do it though, just a little goes a long way with plants. and it add magnesium that is helpful for pepper plants in your vegetable garden. You can either sprinkle a tablespoon or so around the base of your plants that will feed as watered, or put the epsom into a water bottle and spray the mixture directly on the plants.

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