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66 Heads of Garlic

RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
edited 4:30AM in EggHead Forum
Well, the full moon in July brings the Garlic Harvest to my house. Yesterday, I dug up 66 heads of the stuff. It is braided and hanging outside my garage. [p]As I always say, fresh is best and, as with most things, home grown as well. Garlic is extremely easy to grow.[p]… And no vampires either


  • sprintersprinter Posts: 1,188
    RhumAndJerk,[p]Sounds like you have enough garlic to last awhile. You're exactly right, fresh is best. Our garden is really starting to produce for us, tomatoes, green beans, lettuce is on the way out but still edible, squash, cucumbers, hot peppers, and in a few months the melons will be ready. Fresh is best and home grown fresh is the bestest of the best. How much space did that amount of garlic take up? I've toyed with growing it but have been reluctant to give up the space. I only garden in 4 raised beds, 4x10 each.[p]By the way, I do grill a lot of the veggies (just to keep this SOMEWHAT on topic), expecially to make roasted peppers and tomatoes for salsa.[p]Troy
  • RhumAndJerkRhumAndJerk Posts: 1,506
    All of that garlic fits into a plot about 3x4. It sounds like you will have plenty of room. The important thing to remember is to plant in late October or early November.[p]Email me for more info,

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