How to Grow Garlic
Posted by Rebecca D. Dillon | Sunday, April 1, 2012 |
Once you harvest your garlic, hang the bulbs in a cool, dry location to dry them and prevent rot. Your garlic should dry in about a week, at which time you can simply brush off the dirt and start cooking with the cloves or plant some more!
Roanoke Pottery Works on the Roanoke City Market. These little pots are great for growing all kinds of things, especially if you're limited on space. Because these handmade pots have handles, they are great for tying to lattice work or a trellis and building an herb garden upward instead of outward. Or hang them from a porch ceiling!