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Old November 13, 2018   #1
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Default Central Market Garlic

I have already planted my garlic for fall... went to Central Market and they had Colossal and Ail Rose De Lautrec..... I succomed to plant store bought garlic! They were huge😜
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Old November 13, 2018   #2
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Who could resist? Big garlic cloves are easier to chop than peeling 3 small ones.



I'm planting garlic for the first time: DH wanted something with big cloves, so I've got Kettle River Giant.
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I wish a Central Market parking space held my truck.

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Old November 14, 2018   #4
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Some of my best performing garlic has come from local farmer's markets. Central Market is part of a larger chain, but maybe these were grown somewhere in TX. Nice if they are listing varieties.
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