Garlic can be planted in either spring or fall. It is most commonly planted in the fall and should be lightly mulched in cooler climates. Either way, separate bulbs into individual cloves and plant 3-5" apart in well-prepared, well-drained soil in a sunny location. Plant the cloves so that the tips are 2" beneath the surface.

Fall planted bulbs establish their roots early, allowing plants to grow faster. They reach their mature size the following summer. Garlic planted in the spring will need the full growing season and possibly a second year in the ground to reach its fully mature size. In extremely cold climates, spring planting is recommended.
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