You CAN freeze garlic. There are several methods that work to preserve garlic by freezing. Here’s how.
Discover how to grow garlic, how to choose bulbs, when to plant, and how to care for garlic after planting.
Under most conditions, frost will NOT kill garlic. Its hardiness will depend on the type of garlic and the zone in which you live.
Discover how many garlic cloves there are in a head of garlic-garden varieties as well as those sold commercially.
You CAN dry garlic. The process is simple though timely. Here’s how to dry garlic and make garlic powder or garlic salt.
At least one study has concluded that garlic DOES repel ticks. Explore the use of garlic as a natural tick repellent.
Garlic is ready to harvest when the tops begin to dry and the plant bends to the ground. The timing of this will depend upon when the garlic was planted, variety, and climate. Allow the bulbs to attain maximum size without allowing the cloves to begin to separate.
Did you know that the refrigerator is not the best place to store garlic? In order to prolong the shelf life of your garlic follow these tips.
Garlic IS a vegetable. Also known by the scientific name allium sativum, this vegetable is closely related to leeks, onions and chives.