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Old October 10, 2018   #8
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If winter isn't cold enough to damage the tops, then it shouldn't be any harm?
Lucky you, GoDawgs.
I don't know about the turbans, but our hardnecks here put up with a lot of cold and frosty weather in some springs. We did have a bit of leaf damage this past year when it snowed in June - several times! - and I suppose it may have affected bulb size as this was not our best year (for any of the garlic growers I know locally) but certainly had no effect on survival afaict.
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