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Old October 12, 2017   #10
oakley
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I would take the advice from above and purchase some new
larger seed. And do re-plant what you have if you have room.

My concern is the state of your plot. If you have the energy I
would clean it up the best you can.

I have garlic in all-life-stages. Purchased some new seed last year
to start over somewhat. It did great so I've recovered from
loosing past years beds. (rudbeckia took over). New big cloves
energized my lack of confidence.

My second failed bed reverted to wild and weedy. lack of time and
unattended. Those I believe are coming back having dug up and
planted last year. Probably the bulbils fell, re-seeded, and kept
that bed alive. I should study up on that.
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