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Garlic Domestic Soft Neck (Spring Planting)

2 reviews

LIVE BULB
SHIPS MID MARCH THROUGH END OF APRIL

 

SORRY, WE CANNOT SEND GARLIC OR ONION PLANTS TO ALASKA, HAWAII, PR, FOREIGN COUNTRIES AND SOME COUNTIES IN IDAHO AND WASHINGTON.


Garlic can be planted in early spring as soon as the ground can be worked (6-8 weeks before the last frost). 2-3” sized bulbs averaging 15 cloves per bulb. Three bulbs will plant approximately a 20’ row. Harvest when the tops dry up and store like onions.   

3 bulbs per package 

 

PLANTING 

Separate cloves and plant root end down, 2-4” deep, 6” apart in rows 1’ apart. Mulch well.

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PL
08/03/2021
Peg L.
United States United States
I recommend this product
First time growing garlic

This is a first for me, though I am an avid gardener. I planted my bulbs around my tomato plants in the spring. Two out of about a dozen put up garlic shapes. Now I’m not sure where the others are located or if they are even growing. Once the tomato plants die, I’ll comb through the soil to try and find them. If they didn’t grow, I’ll try planting fall bulbs instead. Not sure if I can recommend these yet. Stay tuned!

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07/14/2020
Robin D.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Spring planting Garlic

I planted in the spring I do not know why they did not come up so no I have not harvested them. My fall Garlic is doing well.