Wow! Congratulations on your success. It is great to know that your hardneck garlic is growing. I think that they are all in a good condition. The photo is very beautiful. Your time and efforts will be all worth it. I hope that you can harvest more healthy garlic next time. I really appreciate your effort for sharing this with us.
Begin arranging out of inconvenience, disappointment and hurting muscles. Convey the dirt to a stature that suits you, get the right apparatuses, dispose of weeds by mulches or porous fabric and praise yourself.
If we want healthy family we need to eat fresh fruits and vegetables. In market it is very difficult to find fresh food to cope this matter experts suggest to grow your own food which is good for you health also the environment. it also help to reduce the carbon emissions and it also a cheap as compare to the market.
I like such green summer pictures! I like summer because of it's greenery!
Oh, sweet summer... where are you know. We want you back, it's so cold now... and rainy
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I grow and sell (mostly) hardneck garlic in New York's Hudson Valley.