View Single Post
Old December 17, 2017   #20
brownrexx
Tomatovillian™
 
brownrexx's Avatar
 
Join Date: Feb 2016
Location: Southeastern PA
Posts: 1,325
Default

You don't need to see signs of above ground growth. The reason that we plant garlic in the fall is so that they can establish their root system before the ground freezes and then they are ready to take off growing in the spring as soon as the ground warms up.

I only saw very slight nubs showing above ground this year, no leaves. You will still get a crop.
brownrexx is offline   Reply With Quote