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    Does anyone here grow fresh garlic? x-post

    My MIL gave me some seeds from the tops of her plants. FIL planted them before he passed away. Anyway does anyone know if it likes it dry, wet, shaded, or sunny? What is the best area to plant it? I'm thinking semi-dry or it would rot?
    MIL has it in her flower garden in partail shade. I would not be putting it in my flower garden as it self replants and I have weed fabric under my mulch, so it would not work there.
    Any suggestions?
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    I just harvested my first crop of garlic in Oregon. It is WET here in the spring...and I planted in late February. I did plant in my raised beds--full sunlight, and it did great. I will be putting in the fall crop in about a month.

    Carol


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