I planted some garlic bulbs back in early November and they have done well. However, I need the space in which they're living for the tomatoes and peppers. I hate to give them the heave-ho, but everyone changes work locations at some point in their career, right? We've had something of a mini heat wave (in the 90's) and the beds are nice and warm. Looks like I'll be planting everything in two weeks.
I thought about transplanting the garlic into some pots, but wasn't sure how that would work out. In the end, I decided to replant them along the fence figuring they will be tall enough by the time the tomatoes grow big enough to overtake them. I really should think these things out in advance, but never do.
I got as much as the root ball as I could, and gave them a good heap of homemade compost, so here's hoping they do well!
The seedlings have been successfully hardened off and now reside outside. They're really starting to put on some nice growth.
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