Growing Garlic

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29 Jan 23 marco (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
i am getting my beds ready for my garlic crop .i live on the gold coast Queensland .i will be planting first week of march .i am after glen large garlic .has anyone have any idea whare i can pick some up without the postage costs ...
12 Feb 23 marco (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
i went to the farmers markets local ....some stall holders just sell !!! they do not know too much about the product they sell ...i did eventually find a market Gardner grower and we started chatting on garlic i ended up buying italian purple garlic because they have their plot not too far from my local area. nice !! ....elephant garlic is a leek family i picked up them too ....any way if u want to grow local it is worth the trouble to chat with people .at the end the outcome is greater reward when you go home with what u want,i also ended up with tomato from italy i dry them use the seed ....they smell fantastic ....
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