Garlic Plants
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garlic

Zone Lake Erie | Anonymous added on August 14, 2018 | Answered

I found a patch of wild garlic that has been untouched for several years. Today, I decided to dig them up. I have read that you should stop watering them about 3 weeks before harvest. We have been in a drought for almost a month. The stems were completely brown, there were almost no leaves and the cloves were separated. All signs that I am late. But I have questions. Do I have to leave the stems on while drying? How long should I dry them? I have also read that they will not store for long, but do you have an idea for how long? Or did I waste my time? Please send my an answer as soon as possible so I know what to do. Thank you

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Downtoearthdigs
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