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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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The best time to plant garlic is in the fall, notes The Old Farmer's Almanac, though garlic can also be planted in the spring. Gardeners should plant about the time of the first fall frost, according to Cornell's gardeni... More »

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