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WANTED: Unusual Garlics

Posted by cmpman1974 Zone 6 MI (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 1, 08 at 9:15

I am very interested in trading for 8-10 varieties of garlic I can grow in my garden that are unusual and "different" than supermarket garlic. This is a whole new world for me. :)

I have a passion for growing hot peppers and many other veggies. I've got lots available to trade, but I don't have a formal list. if there's a hot pepper you're seeking, e-mail me a list. I most likely have it!

I have a lot of lettuce varieties, cole crops, herbs, melons, etc.

I'm not even sure the best time to plant the garlic here in Michigan (zone 6B). Our last frost is usually 5/15 to 5/20. Our first frost has been around 10/15 to 11/1 the last few years.

Any advice and trades are much appreciated. :)


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RE: WANTED: Unusual Garlics

Any action on this board? I was hoping someone would respond. :)


RE: WANTED: Unusual Garlics


I just found your thread did you grow spring garlic or are
you planning on planting in 3 months ( Oct ) ?

I am still trying to decide which vars to plant in MI this
year, leaning toward Music and 1 or 2 others.

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