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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 »

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Although gardeners typically plant garlic outdoors in the fall, garlic can be planted inside at any time of the year. Garlic is low maintenance herb that only requires soil and containers that are large enough to allow r... More »

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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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Garlic planted in the fall is typically ready to harvest in the summer, says The Old Farmer’s Almanac. Garlic is ready to harvest when the tops of the plant turn yellow and the wrapper does not disintegrate. More »

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Southern Living magazine suggests planting crepe myrtles between late fall and early spring, while the plant is largely dormant. This timing allows for more growth once warmer springtime weather reactivates the tree. More »

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Lime is most effective when it is applied to a lawn being prepared for planting in the fall, winter or early spring, states West Virginia University. Lime may be applied at any time of the year on lawns that are already ... More »

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The grape harvest season is in late summer and early fall, typically September and October. The precise time of harvest requires careful determination because, unlike some fruits, grapes do not keep on ripening after har... More »

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