Garlic Growing Guide

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Typically planted in the fall about two weeks after the first frost date, garlic is easy to grow in your home garden. Follow these tips for planting, care and harvest and you’ll have plenty of flavorful, homegrown garlic to use in your favorite dishes come summertime.

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Select a sunny spot with fertile, well-drained soil or prepare a raised bed with good drainage. A few days before planting, break your garlic bulbs apart into individual cloves. Plant cloves 2 inches deep and 2 to 4 inches apart with the flat end facing down.

See more: 4 Tips for a Flavorful Fall Vegetable Garden

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