Plant Garlic in the Fall

Have merciless summer days stunted your crop? Plant garlic late in the fall and it will thrive in the spring.



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I didn't originally set out to plant garlic in the fall. It was a mistake; this is the original mistake.
PHOTO: GORDON SOLBERG
The first intentional fall planting of garlic in November didn't look like much—just a plot of ground covered with mulch and lined with rocks.
GORDON SOLBERG
By the first of April, the new growth really began to take off.
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By May 1, the patch was thriving.
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By mid June the garlic was ready to harvest.
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