We used to live in a warmer place that got frosts, but few, if any,
real hard freezes (it was rare that we saw them). We planted garlic in
the fall there. We moved to a place that can see temperatures as low as
-20 in the depths of winter and has frozen ground through the winter
(tubers don't stay in the ground and spring up when it warms up here,
they rot). We have bulbs that can stay in the ground, though I've heard
they are supposed to be planted deeper than normal.
So, should I still plant garlic in the fall here? If not, when? If
so, how? Thank you for any help.
Ranee @ Arabian Knits
"She seeks wool and flax, and works with willing hands." Prov 31:13