Planting Garlic

Not the most ideal, but as a last resort garlic can be planted during the January thaw. I have had good luck and descent yields poking leftover cloves into the ground in January, when we usually have a bought of warm weather and the snow melts off. Be sure to get the cloves in as far as you can, for the ground will continue to heave as it freezes and thaws the rest of Winter. It’s still a good idea to mulch your planting, too. The resulting garlic will be smaller than those planted in the Fall,

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