Garlic, grown for its flavor and health benefits, occupies a special place in the garden and kitchen. Planting garlic is an art as well as science that involves several important steps:
Selection: In order to choose between hardneck and softneck varieties with characteristic features, choose.
Soil prep: Well-drained, fertile soil prepared with compost is an optimal preparation for best growth of garlic.
Planting Cloves: Plant large healthy cloves pointed side up inrows. Water continually, mulch for moisture retention, fertilize moderately to spread out weeds on a regular basis.
Trimming: Trim scapes to enhance bulb growth. Harvest when the leaves turn brown, cure bulbs in a dry place ventilated.
Through these stages, you’ll witness the transformation of single cloves into flavorful garlic bulbs. This is a testament to both the brilliance of nature and your hand that nurtures.