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September 06, 2012

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Sophie

This a genius idea Lucy. I wish I had collected them all summer now. The organic garlic we get in the UK tends to be quite small and blessed with many of those pesky tiny cloves that are just impossible to peel

Lucy

i know! it had simply never occurred to me. they would be uber-easy in pots on a windowsill/balcony, too. had wanted to post earlier, but just had to try it before evangelising.

Emily B

Garlic is one of my staples. Will have to try this! Thanks. :)

Tammie Grey

I thought those tiny tiny inner cloves would never sprout. This is a great idea.

Beth

You have a Moosewood cookbook, too? I have several and love them all! What a fabulous idea- I've never even tried to grow garlic before, although we use in regularly in our cooking. I'll be giving this a go come spring.
You have such a pretty garden. Love the photo and thanks again for the tip.

Wendy

Genius.

Garden Bags

Excellent blog many thanks for spending the time to write and upload.

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