Growing Garlic

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25 Dec 21 marco (Australia - tropical climate)
hi i live on the gold coast queensland .one of my old garlic i planted october sometime that never taken off , sprouted . it sprouted two weeks ago .so i thought i would try to put a small crop in and bingo !! ,garlic is growing . so i planted a whole clove today .we have more rain and humidity so this might be the time . i will let u know how it turns out !
14 Feb 22 Amanda (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Hi, I've failed many seasons with garlic! However, after a lot of research, I have a solution to growing sub tropic garlic. The key is growing the right variety, that can handle our heat. Glen Large garlic is the winner! Plant in April. Harvest in October. I've had a bumper crop with this variety.
18 Feb 22 Gary Hall (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Please where can I get these Glen Large Garlic Bulbs I am in Wauchope NSW. Thanking you in Advance.
21 Feb 22 Erika (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
I agree Glen Large are the best variety for the subtropics. I'm just north of Brisbane and get amazing harvest if I plant and harvest at the right time. I bought Mine from Green Harvest. They include all the detail on how to grow. (
09 Apr 22 Gary Hall (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Thankyou Erica
28 Dec 21 Mary (Australia - temperate climate)
It's too hot for them to grow in summer. Try growing garlic in Autumn and harvest around Oct-November

Thankyou Erica

- Gary Hall

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