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07 Jul 08 Wayne (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Garlic I have grown purple Australian garlic over the past 4 years. I plant the toes on 1 April and pull bulbs early October.This works for my climate. It is trial and error on the pulling up, as too soon they will not keep. I have some bulbs if anyone wishes for me to send. Please email hobbfarm (at) yahoo dot com dot au
05 Apr 17 Sakinah (Australia - temperate climate)
Hi there, I know it has been years since you posted about these garlic cloves. But I will try my luck anyway. I have been trying to grow garlics for the past few years but they all eventually rot here in Adelaide. I can give you my address or send to you a prepaid envelope; and I am willing to pay to cover your costs too. Thanks so much!
06 Mar 17 Tony (Australia - temperate climate)
I haven't planted garlic before. Would love some bulbs to try at planting
12 Apr 15 Richard (Australia - temperate climate)
Hi, I am just a beginner at this and will thank you for any assistance In growing garlic. I believe the season for growing garlic is Apr -Jun Or there thereabouts . I will be grateful if you can send me some of your garlic bulbs. Thanks. And regards. Richard (Check under plant names for your zone. We do not supply seeds -Liz)

I haven't planted garlic before. Would love some bulbs to try at planting

- Tony

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