Q.Your Article On Growing Garlic In Containers Mentions A Short Crop On Top?
Your article was very helpful. You mentioned planting a short crop on the top layer. I don’t know what that mean. It’s going to be on top of the other garlic so will it mean that it will grow smaller? In putting a short crop on top, will it interfere with the amount of space you need for the ones underneath it? Thank you!
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No, this will mean that you will plant something small rooted, and with a short season. Lettuce and dill will be good candidate for short cropping. Any smaller green will work, though.