Garlic Growing Guide

0 Comments By 

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.

2 of 3
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse


A protective layer of straw or chopped leaves will protect the crop throughout winter. In the spring, stalks known as scapes will appear. Snap them off, but save them for cooking – they are similar to green onions with a more garlicky flavor. Keep the planting site well weeded and watered in late spring.

See more: Backyard Pumpkin Tips From Growing to Décor

2 of 3
Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse

Leave a Comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Stay Connected

Made in Tennessee giveaways, exciting events, delicious recipes and more delivered straight to your inbox.