A simple way to keep your garden productive all winter long is to plant garlic in the fall.
Garlic practically takes care of itself, and growing your own gives you the opportunity to try a remarkable array of varieties that are rarely available in the supermarket, including ones with purplish pink, red, pearly white, or silvery skins.
Check out the steps below.
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