At least I’m hoping that’s true when it comes to gardening.
I love cooking with garlic so it’s a staple food in my kitchen. When I buy a pack of garlic heads I just pop them in my freezer so a) they don’t get lost and b) so they don’t get soft.
The other day I was thinking I should add garlic to my eclectic potted garden and I didn’t want to go out and buy garlic since I have some on hand.
I went online to see if anyone else had any success with planting frozen garlic. As it turns out grlic seems to be a hardy plant. Out comes my potting soil and a pot, and a clove from the freezer.
My garlic is now planted and I’m hoping to update on its progress in the future.
On a side note:
My ivy is growing well and really seems to like the trellis I added. The mint is flourishing after being repotted. The strawberry is dying for a bigger pot but I can’t afford to pick one up.
The marigolds and scarlet sage (NOT the same as kitchen sage. And although it is also known as salvia it is not the hallucinogenic strand that is now illegal (?) in Canada) are have sprouted and are growing their 2nd and 3rd sets of leaves. I was really excited to see those grow after I repotted them several times as well as drowning in a a couple heavy rains when I wasn’t home to rescue them.
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