Growing Garlic

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02 Mar 20 Allan Clarke (Australia - temperate climate)
Hello, I would love to grow garlic, you say that it should be planted in cold weather, but this year is very queer, it is cold now, but is still the last days of summer, can I still plant it now. I live in Victor Harbor, South Australia. Have a great day people. Allan.
02 Mar 20 Anon (Australia - temperate climate)
The planting times here are a guide only. You could probably plant a month either side of their planting months. Soil temperature is the more important thing. Summer crops need a higher soil temp where as winter crops need a cooler soil temp. Google germination temperatures for vegetables.
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