Easy How-to start spring garlic from garlic bulbs!

“We’re only truly secure when we can look out our kitchen window and see our food growing and our friends working nearby.” ― Bill Mollison

Have you ever wondered how you can have spring garlic?

What is spring garlic you ask? Well, simply is very similar to scallions or green onions. You simply harvest your spring garlic like you would green onions.

You can start these in the house in mid to late March and transplant out according to your zones planting guide.

Check out this super easy tutorial on how to plant garlic cloves for spring garlic from your garlic bulbs. You can purchase garlic bulbs from most garden centers.

Keep posted for recipes coming on how to use your spring garlic!

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This is not for fall planting! Keep posted for videos coming once I’m ready to harvest mine!

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8 thoughts on “Easy How-to start spring garlic from garlic bulbs!

  1. I didn’t know that there was a difference between spring planting and fall planting. I watched your video, and also followed you on Facebook and Instagram. Thank you! I love eating garlic and using in recipes. So healthy for you! Diana

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  2. I had never thought about spring planting versus fall planting for garlic (not being a gardener myself!) – but found this interesting. I love using garlic in cooking and for health benefits. I watched your YouTube video, and followed you on Facebook and Instagram. Thanks! Diana

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    • Thanks for sharing that info Tamara! I love garlic as well!
      You can sometimes find wild garlic in the woods here as well. I’m in Michigan.
      Have a great day, and thanks for stopping by!


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