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    ORGANIC GARDENING

  • Heather Flanagan

    Plant Fall Garlic

  • Jackie Newberry

    PLANT GARLIC IN THE FALL FOR A LARGER, HEALTHIER CROP: Harvest it the next summer. It's a cold-hardy root veggie, & in most climates, you’ll get better results with fall planting. Try to plant your garlic about a month before your ground freezes, so the plants have time to get established. During winter, the crop will go dormant; then once spring and warmer temps roll around again, your plants will experience a burst of growth. By summer harvest time, you’ll marvel at the success of your crop!

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