Growing Garlic, Harvesting Garlic, Planting Garlic, Garlic Scapes Garlic Garlic has the ability to repel airborne and soilborne pests. It deters beetles, spider mites and fruit flies. The smell of garlic and other alliums confuses carrot fly and white cabbage butterfly. When planted amongst raspberry canes garlic will protect them from a variety of grubs.
Missed your chance to plant garlic last fall? Has your winter storage garlic sprouted? Try planting spring garlic. You may not get large cloves, but you can still enjoy the mild flavor of green garlic.
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 ...
Filaree Garlic Farm 2014 Catalog. A small, farm-based and independently-owned business committed to providing exceptional quality of premium garlic seed for 25 years. Their mission is to preserve & provide others with the opportunity to grow from their more than 100 varieties of garlic- collected from throughout the world. In 2014 they are also offering seed potatoes and shallots.
"10 most profitable specialty crops to grow" My favorites: LAVENDER, MUSHROOMS, WOODY ORNAMENTALS (like pussy willows, forsythia, and holly), LANDSCAPING TREES AND SHRUBS (seedlings from wholesalers for $1, tend for two years, and mark up to $15), GARLIC, and HERBS
Garlic 101: Our garden came with lots of free growing garlic-the old owners used to store the harvested stuff in the garage (after almost a year we are just now getting the stink out). This site explains how to propagate it, harvest it, plant it-you name it. Very good info here. I plan to keep ours growing, and planting more, supposed to help keep the animals away. We shall see, it's just not going in the garage!! ha!