{community sharecropping} July is for Garlic Harvest (via FROM SCRATCH CLUB)

Wonder bulb, super food, found pungent by some and loved as a delicious condiment by many others. Garlic’king good..

{community sharecropping} July is for Garlic Harvest Garlic is an easy crop and should have a place in every home garden.  The individual cloves are planted in October, lie dormant in the ground all winter, and then are among the first plants to sprout in the spring.  You can buy garlic heads from your local farmers market this fall, break them up into cloves, and plant them, pointy end up, about 4 inches deep, just like a small flower bulb.  We work compost into the soil before planting; garlic li … Read More

via FROM SCRATCH CLUB

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