Garlic might be one of those culinary staples that you take for granted every day. However, the pungent taste of garden-grown garlic might be all it takes for you to consider growing garlic of your own. The vast majority of the world’s garlic is grown in China. There it is sprayed with chemicals and bleached white before landing on store shelves. Compared to homegrown varieties, these conventional bulbs are almost tasteless.
Growing garlic of your own couldn’t be easier. It takes a tiny amount of space and, after planted, can largely be left alone until harvest. Take some time to invest in growing this aromatic bulb and you’ll be enjoying financial savings and savory stir-fries all year long.
Start Growing Garlic
Planting garlic is simple, but you have to make sure that you do it exactly right. Follow these steps to ensure that you have success.