Time to prepare garlic beds...

glenn9643(z8 MS)November 20, 2006

In this area it's about time to plant, so I'll try to get the beds ready this week and plant this weekend. Maybe this year will work out better than my self-inflicted fiasco last year!

Off topic, but it seems that posting is slower than normal in this forum. Maybe planting time will bring more activity.

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decolady01(7a/6b AL/TN)

I planted a 4x8 bed with Inchelium Red last weekend. Last year I planted that variety (first time I ever planted garlic) and had great success with it. I'd love to try some other varieties, but caring for my Mom after surgery put ordering on hold this year. I'm going to see what I can come up with in the next couple of weeks.

Becky

    Bookmark   November 24, 2006 at 3:30PM
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glenn9643(z8 MS)

I just finished with the garlic planting. Rows about 6-7' in a raised bed.
Music - 3 rows
Shantung Purple - 4 rows
Chinese Pink - 2 rows
Lorz Italian - 3 rows
Xian - 3 rows
Creole Red - 3 rows
Ajo Rojo Creole - 3 rows
Burgundy Creole - 3 rows
Siberian - 3 rows
Spanish Morado Creole - 3 rows

    Bookmark   November 26, 2006 at 6:39PM
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