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To plant garlic bulbs, fertilize the soil, plant the bulbs, cover them with soil and mulch, remove the mulch, and water the plants when dry. Plant garlic bulbs in a sunny spot in slightly dry, loose soil. Plant the bulbs... More »

Plant garlic by choosing a location with well-drained soil and plenty of sun and placing the garlic cloves in 2-inch deep holes, the Old Farmer's Almanac advises. Plant the cloves just before the fall frost in order to h... More »

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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 »

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