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How to Grow Garlic in Your Home Garden

There are a few seeds and bulbs I struggle with getting to grow in my garden.  One bulb I love to use in my recipes but have a hard time growing is garlic. In this post I share a few videos featuring a garlic seed grower sharing tips on how to grow garlic.

How to Grow Garlic in Your Home Garden

garlic and potato seeds

Exciting it is to hear John commit to sharing about how to grow garlic on Garden Chatter  in early September 2015.  Luckily, this was just in time for me to get out in my garden here in zone 5b and plant my Inchelium Red Garlic I brought home from California. During this 40 minute event John and Leyla shared growing tips, information about the seed, how to pick a garlic variety to grow and more.

gifts from a seed farmer

Gifts brought back from Seed Trails that took place in California 2015.  My first large garlic bulb to grow from the Sustainable Seed Company Farm. 

garlic from sustainable seeds


Highlights from Garden Chatter : Growing Garlic 

In this video interview learn a few basic tips on what garlic bulb variety to grow.  This is from a garden chatter event featuring seed farmer John from Sustainable Seeds Company.

This is part of my Bren Haas Channel feature on my website.

How to Plant and Store the Garlic Bulb

This video is part of my Bren Haas Channel on YouTube.  

Adam Cortell and I have so much fun interviewing people on GardenChatter.  I hope you will join in the fun by commenting and letting me know what you would like to see next!

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