Garlic grows best when bulbs are planted in the fall for harvest the following spring and summer. In warmer climates, softneck garlic varieties perform best, while hardnecks grow better in cooler areas. Garlic should be ... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes

Ideally, garlic should be planted in loamy, well-drained, fertile and slightly acidic soil, in an area that gets full sun. It's hardy in zones 3 to 8. Though garlic can be planted in the spring, it's best to plant in the... More »

Grow garlic from cloves by breaking a garlic bulb apart into separate cloves without removing the husk, choosing a location with full-sun exposure and loamy soil and placing the cloves with the pointing end facing upward... More »

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