The Garlic Experiment
By 3 Wittle Birds on February 18, 2014
A few posts back, I talked about how I ventured into gardening garlic. I accidentally came upon some sprouting garlic bulbs in my terracotta garlic jar and decided to wing it.
What was just 3 blossoming bulbs, turned into 13 garlic bulbs that have official started rooting! I don't really have much knowledge with gardening, so I'm kinda winging it! This will be my first year with an actual garden.
I recently moved my garlic buddies to larger planters, as their roots were beginning to curl because the egg cartons are not deep enough.
Currently, I have 3 bulbs per pot sitting in my window sill above the kitchen sink. I think these babies are going to make it!!
I used seed starter planting soil and I water them every other day. I usually give the soil a moisture check to make sure it's damp.
I'm really excited to start my own edible garden this year! We just ordered or seeds for the year from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds. Since it is my first year, I'm researching on when and how to start the seeds indoors. I will keep you updated on the garlic!
Have you ever used scraps from your kitchen to replant a vegetable?
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