In Which The Garlic Almost Goes Down The Rabbit Hole | TWIGLET HOMESTEAD

Winter is garlic planting time. The shortest day is like a non-specific marker that reminds me to plant the garlic some time in the near future. I usually end up doing it in late June or early July. This year I am doing a combination of what to do and what not to do with garlic. Obviously, I planned it that way for educational purposes…

When I went to get my saved garlic bulbs from last season out of the potting shed I had a problem. They were rotten. WHAT?! It turns out you shouldn’t chuck your carefully chosen, largest garlic bulbs from your harvest onto a shelf in the potting shed and forget about them until planting time. Mind you, I don’t think it was so much of a storage issue as a way-too-much-rain-just-before-harvest issue. I should have known and checked them since so…

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