Garlic Plants

Did Not Harvest Garlic


Anonymous added on November 2, 2011 | Answered

Hi, I planted my garlic last fall that my brother gave to me. I split it up in early spring and it grew and was looking great. One day in August, I went to the garden and the leaves had fallen over. I watered but nothing happened. I just left them alone until they were gone. Last week I went to the garden and noticed that my garlic had grown again, about 4 inches high. Do you think the new growth will be ok as far as the garlic tasting alright when I harvest it (now that I know when and how to)?


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Nikki
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
Answered on November 3, 2011

It should be fine. You may find that there are many bulblets but they can be used just like garlic cloves.

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