Growing garlic

 Garlic is pretty easy to grow. There are 2 basic types a soft neck and a hardneck has a hard center where the cloves grow around it.  And a soft neck. Just has all the cloves growing together to make a bulb and is the most common it is planted in the fall.  And depend on your region starts getting ready around the end of may. In colder areas about the middle to end of August. In warmer areas. Zone 6b and higher. Just feed it with fish liquid fertilizer.  Or add compost and manure before planting and watch it grow. In colder areas make sure you plant it at least 6 weeks before a hard freeze otherwise you must mulch. Here in oregon it gets below zero.  Just about every winter. And it grows just fine. This is perfect for raised beds.  And other square foot mediums.  Make sure you allow 4 square inches per.  Clove.    So 10 to 12. Bulbs a square foot. The.  Cloves thems are put in the ground top up. Around 2 to 4 inches down no home garden or homestead should be.  With garlic 
 Happy growing. The squash king