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Learn how to grow garlic so that your kitchen never runs out of a great, organic supply. It's easy to grow if you learn all the steps! Learn how to plant, maintain, and harvest your garlic in my post.

Besides being able to eat locally grown garlic, you can manage your organic garden and be certain that you have top quality, nutrient dense garlic in your cuisine. Garlic is a rising star because of its antibiotic and anti-fungal properties, among other benefits. You want to be certain that the health benefits of garlic are not eclipsed by what was fed to it or sprayed on it.

Grow Garlic From the Grocery Store.Pick out the biggest cloves for planting. The end with the flat part is the root of the garlic. Plant the cloves so they’re around 4 inches apart and their tips are covered by an inch or two of dirt.Cover them up and wait. Through the fall the clove will start to develop roots and maybe even a shoot depending on how warm your weather is.

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Plant And Grow Garlic. You could probably try this out starting with a window box on a sunny window sill, if (like me) you missed planting them out in the autum. When the weather warms up you could them transfer your window box outside or plant your young plants directly into the garden like you do with other plants. It should work. At least I don't se why it shouldn't ;)

All you need to know for growing your own garlic, and all the reasons why you SHOULD grow your own garlic....

how to plant and grow garlic. - I did this with a .49 garlic from the gocery and had so much garlic, plus while it's growing it's pretty... Oh we use this so much I should seriously grow it!!!

Growing Your Own Garlic Is Easy! Fall is the time to plant, and no vegetable is so easy to grow and harvest.

I put some in a few months ago and I think it's almost ready. It's not supposed to be, but when you've had summer all winter, I guess you gotta roll with it.