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Garlic cultivars demonstrate temperature references. Some perform well in cooler climates and some do better in warmer areas.
As a first step, check to see what growing region you are in here: What’s My Growing Zone?
Then compare that with the information on the product page for the variety you’ve selected. If there’s a match, great! This cultivar will be happy in your part of the country. If not, consider looking at other varieties that may be a better fit.
Garlic is subdivided into two main groupings: hardneck and softneck . These groups have slightly different attributes and specific geographic preferences.
To see which is best for you, check out
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Grocery store garlic is customarily sprayed with a growth inhibiting chemical. After all, the store doesn't want the garlic to start sprouting on the shelf. This chemical spray greatly reduces the likelihood that you'll get a satisfactory garden garlic crop.
Learn more about growing garlic here: Garlic Planting Guide
Hardneck versus Softneck garlic; which is right for you? Check out: Garlic: Hardneck vs. Softneck
Shop our garlic selection here: Garlic to Plant Now
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