Very impressive!!! I really want to try garlic this year...I can plant it this fall, right?
The garlic is the one thing in my garden this year that did outstandingly well!!! Yours looks great too :)
Your garlic looks store bought. I know "store bought" isn't always a compliment, but in this case it is. They are perfect! We still haven't tried garlic. Maybe this year. Belle says it's time to plant now.
That's a lot of vampires that you can ward off with those! I'm glad that curing went well for you! Looks fabulous!
Wow! That is a great garlic harvest!
How gorgeous! What variety of garlic is this?
Your garage is now vampire free! :DBeautiful harvest and that would definitely last me the year.
Garlic looks great. I think you tried more than 1 varieties, which one was the best and when did you put them in ground and when did you harvest?
Lovely! As soon as this hurricane passes, I really need to figure out what variety I'm growing for next season!
So beautiful...I haven't grown garlic...YET. Don't I need to plant it pretty soon? I better look that up... Is yours hard neck or soft?
Beautiful harvest! What types did you grow? Don't you love how home grown garlic stores so much longer than store bought? - and it's not even treated with radiation to stop their growth. Enjoy!
I dried mine in the bike shed. Which was nice since it isn't attached to the house. Your garlic looks fabulous.
Wow, it looks wonderful!
You must have beautiful soil!
Sarah - Yes! plant them after the first Frost. I usually do either in late October or Early November. Yvette and Beeks - I grew German Extra Hardy, Pskem River and Boyatr