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Old October 8, 2017   #1
greenthumbomaha
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Default Here is some garlic that resprouted Should I replant

My summer garlic haul in this bed was very poor. The weather was horribly warm and there was no rain. As I was about to harvest at the normal time, I came down with a virus and what was left after I recovered was very small and dry. The bed was a weedy mess all summer too.

Imagine my surprise when I started to weed today and found this had started to grow in the bed. I must have given up midway thru harvesting.

I have a few decent bulbs that I saved from the summer but not enough. Should I dig and separate these and replant or start over with large cloves bought from a big internet supplier.

Of course I pulled the tags so these would be mystery garlic.

That yucky pile is whirlybird grass and nimbleweed I am guessing. I must have a million weed seeds ready to go in that old straw.
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