July 30, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Washington County Master Gardeners Vicki Hopp and Mary Reilly-Kliss take you for a look behind the scenes on planting garlic at the Community Garden in the West Bend.
Reilly-Kliss has 15 different varieties of garlic including four different types from Montana. “Garlic is planted in the fall and usually about 3 inches apart with plenty of mulch,” she said.
“Garlic is the first crop to come up in the Spring,” said Reilly-Kliss.
Watch as she harvests some huge garlic bulbs and provides tips on seeding for fall.
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