- Oct 24, 2019
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- mid-Michigan, USoA
i keep forgetting where people are. you are far enough south that certain kinds of garlic may not do well, but there are some others that may still do ok.I dunno, lol. Actually, back when I wrote that was about 18 months ago. I had planted it in the spring which turned to summer pretty quickly and my guess was that it just couldn't take the heat? It grew pretty well fall of that year and I've got some going now that looks great. I also changed locations and am growing it in raised beds now instead of the clay soil. Maybe several of the changes helped out. Fingers crossed for a good upcoming harvest!
up here full sun may be enough to kill off some down there with full sun.