There is a huge choice of plants that you can grow at your home. Garlic is a plant that is cheap and easy to grow. Did you know that by eating a whole head of garlic every day you can do miracles for your body? Garlic is a very simple ingredient but with extraordinary health ...

How to Grow an Endless Supply of Garlic Indoors

There is a huge choice of plants that you can grow at your home. Garlic is a plant that is cheap and easy to grow. Did you know that by eating a whole head of garlic every day you can do miracles for your body? Garlic is a very simple ingredient but with extraordinary health ...

Garlic is not only an incredible culinary and medicinal plant, but is also incredibly easy to grow in your home garden!  In this post, you'll find all that you need to know about growing, harvesting, and storing garlic.  Homestead Honey | http://homestead-honey.com

Growing, Harvesting, and Storing Garlic

Garlic is not only an incredible culinary and medicinal plant, but is also incredibly easy to grow in your home garden! In this post, you'll find all that you need to know about growing, harvesting, and storing garlic. Homestead Honey | http://homestead-honey.com

Growing Garlic for Beginners. I really don’t know too many people who don’t like, if not love, the taste of garlic. We easily use 25-30 bulbs of garlic a

Growing Garlic for Beginners. I really don’t know too many people who don’t like, if not love, the taste of garlic. We easily use 25-30 bulbs of garlic a

How to Regrow Garlic and Ginger from the Stalk (infographic).

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How to braid and cure fresh garlic

How to Braid and Cure Fresh Garlic

Check out this step-by-step photo tutorial and learn how you can turn your backyard garlic harvest into beautiful, convenient braids for curing or storage.

When to Plant : Plant in fall, about 6 weeks before hard frost. Set large, firm individual cloves point up in well-prepared soil, burying cloves an inch or two below ground level in mild zones, and at twice that depth in cold-winter areas. Watering : Keep area weeded and watered. Soil : Organic rich, well

When to Plant : Plant in fall, about 6 weeks before hard frost. Set large, firm individual cloves point up in well-prepared soil, burying cloves an inch or two below ground level in mild zones, and at twice that depth in cold-winter areas. Watering : Keep area weeded and watered. Soil : Organic rich, well

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