Growing garlic

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You cannot tell what climate the grocery store garlics were raised in, very likely it was China as most garlic comes from there these days.
There are plenty of reputable suppliers of various varieties of garlic on line. Google garlic and pick whichever one fits your fancy.
John
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Here are bunch of garlics to peruse.
http://www.nicholsgardennursery.com/store/find.asp?mscssid=LLSRFKE98ASQ9H UGC563TJ4KLJAT6Q65
or
http://preview.tinyurl.com/ytx572
They are located in Oregon, USA.
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On Sat, 28 Apr 2007 09:13:25 -0700, jJim McLaughlin

That's good. Give em some rotted cow manure, fish emulsion, organic matter if you want strong plants.

That will work. I took apart a corm and planted each toe.

Not sure. Mine continue to come up Jan-June year after year then die back in the summer heat (e.TN). In Ohio they grew more prolific, liking a cooler climate. Yours should do well in a cool sunny location.

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