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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.

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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.

How to Grow Ginger - Studies say ginger’s peak flavor arrives at 265 days, And if you start the ginger inside in late winter, that one root can produce four times that amount by fall! (Which I AM!) But you’ll only get this long growing season by starting your ginger indoors as a houseplant early in the year and then transplanting it in your garden in late spring, once the weather’s warmed.

Learn how to grow strawberries in this post. These sweet, popular fruit can easily grow in most gardens, so long as the correct care is given to them.

How To Grow Arugula // Northwest Edible...GREAT info on this blog! Absolutely everything you need to know about arugula.

If you don’t have space for a garden, you still have a few options–they can be grown in pots on a balcony, in flower beds and even hanging baskets. They generally produce fruit for two or three years so you can enjoy them again and again.

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