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Old May 30, 2018   #20
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Originally Posted by zipcode View Post
I've seen in some video in France, they leave the tops on when drying , and I think that's the recommended way.

Ah, here it is, great looking garlic (we have it here, one variety is Edenrose but I never tried it): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3VmLNPkqo64
Very interesting to note that the plants still look mostly green throughout. I would have thought they would have waited to see more brown/yellow leaves.
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