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    lulubell is offline Seedling
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    Hiya Everyone

    Ive just found some sprouting garlic in the back of my draw I use for herbs etc looks really healthy with green shoots about 3/4 inch out of the tops. Can I plant these or not new to this so im not sure. Thanks xx

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    Break the garlic up into the cloves and stuff them in the ground about an inch deep three inches apart. No problem.

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    If it has grown in the drawer lulu it should do even better in the ground
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    Thanks both will give it a go xx

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    Would these be ok put into modules for now until I free up some space in the garden? xx

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    yes as its probably too early for garlic I would wait to plan it out till October maybe?
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    Great thank you xx

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