Friday, May 6, 2011

Progress of the Garlic

I am so beyond amazed with this hardneck garlic that we planted. Just look at these tall gorgeous beauties. Garlic is by far the easiest thing to grow. I can't wait until it is ready to harvest and cure. When do you harvest your garlic?
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12 comments:

  1. sigh... I think we have unusual chipmunks here. The only time I tried to plant garlic, we had ONE survive. Something *insert chipmunks here* ATE almost all of them. Chipmunks are cute but I think it's about time for war.
    Judy

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  2. It looks great.
    I harvest when the leaves dry.

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  3. http://www.gourmetgarlicgardens.com/growing.htm#anchorharvesting

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  4. Excellent information provided by this blog.

    kitchen garden

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  5. Purty garlic! I hope you're right and that garlic is the easiest thing to grow! LOL! I hope mine makes it! Yours looks so healthy!

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  6. I'm harvesting it now--as weeds in every portion of my garden, LOL. You're right in that it's so easy to grow. I love how nice yours looks all lined up like stately soldiers. Great job.

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  7. Excellent information provided by this blog.

    kitchen garden

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  8. Mine should be out within a month, I HOPE! I really need the space back :)

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  9. I harvest when the bottom two sets of leaves have turned brown. Usually mid to late July for me.

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  10. Wow! They look fantastic! How great that you are growing your own! You have enough to make braids once they dry. :)

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  11. It's all I can do to resist digging one of mine up to see how far along they are.

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