Yes! You Can Still Plant Garlic! — 2 Comments

    • Sorry for the delay in getting back to you, Dan. To be honest, I don’t know much about growing things in CO, but lately I have been reading about how garlic used to always be planted in the spring, not the fall. Fall plantings get a bit of a head start in getting their roots established, but when I have leftover garlic that is starting to sprout in the spring, I often go ahead and stick it in the ground. It WANTS to grow, right? Maybe it won’t get as big as fall-planted garlic, but you will still get *something*. Garlic needs a period of cold to form cloves. I would think it could still get that in March in the highlands of Colorado. I say give it a shot and get back to me on how it does! Thanks!

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