Is it too early to plant garlic inside?

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  • Scarlet Paolicchi Scarlet Paolicchi on Mar 08, 2019

    Anytime should be fine if you are growing them indoors. Fall is best if you want to grow them outdoors.

    Here are some tips https://www.hometalk.com/2492208/grow-garlic-in-a-container and https://balconygardenweb.com/how-to-grow-garlic-indoors-growing-garlic-indoors/

  • Kmdreamer Kmdreamer on Mar 08, 2019

    No

  • What zone are you in? I am in zone 9 and it grows just about year round for me.

  • Jennette Walsh Jennette Walsh on Mar 08, 2019

    Sunny window....plant anytime.

  • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Mar 08, 2019

    You can grow garlic indoors, but you won’t get a head of garlic as you would when you plant cloves in the garden. What you'll get will be garlic sprouts or greens, the green tops of a bulb (much like what happens when a bulb sprouts on your kitchen counter). These greens are not the same as green garlic, which is early spring garlic or immature garlic bulbs and their edible green stalks. They are still quite delicious and can be used as seasoning or garnish. Their flavor is lighter and gentler than that of fresh garlic.you can grow it year round indoors even in water by staggering the planting time of the bulbs, it takes about 7-10 days to grow them for the greens/tops ;To grow entire heads of garlic, you’ll need to plant outdoors because like other bulbs (think onions and daffodils), they need the cold winter dormancy to produce the scape (flower) and generate a head. Plant in fall, about 6 weeks before hard frost. Set large, firm individual cloves point up in well-prepared soil, burying cloves an inch or two below ground level in mild zones, and at twice that depth in cold-winter areas.

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