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Old March 16, 2017   #1
ChristinaJo
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Default Saving my garlic!

I received some garlic after October planting time. I planted in late November. The garlic didn't sprout.... I have dug them up. A couple were rotted,but most are decent. So what to do now? I thought to dry them out a few days and check for more rotting. Do I put them in the fridge for vernaliztion and try to sprout them for spring? They probably won't bulb up, but maybe I could replant them at the proper fall time.
These bulbs were originally from France and hard to get to US. Any advice to save them is appreciated!
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