Please help me...
My first question met with 0 replies. But, I am going to try asking another question anyway.
Since my first question, I have done a lot more reading about growing garlic. And, I've learned a lot. For example, I have learned that though it is a member of the Allium family, my "wild garlic" is not a true garlic. And, contrary to what I said in my original question, I have learned that my garlic should be planted sometime between the end of October and Thanksgiving. Those things and many others learned, I still have a question that I can't seem to find an answer for.
Many of the cloves from my "wild garlic" have started sprouting. Some of the sprouts are almost as long as the clove! And, some of the garlic cloves (don't know the kind... has white skins and appears to me to be some kind of hard neck) have sprouted also.
Knowing that it is many, many weeks away from the proper time to plant garlic in my area, what do I need to do? Do I need to go ahead and plant all of the cloves that have sprouted? If not, what do I need to do with them?
Sorry if my question sounds dumb. But, I'm new to this and am trying to learn!
Thanks in advance for any help you are willing to lend!