Did you know that in cold climates it's better to plant garlic in the fall than in spring? It gives it a head start and enables it to grow big bulbs by the next fall. I got a few bulbs from a friend here in the village who grows garlic in her garden also, so the ones I planted now should be very well suited for this particular climate and region.

Watch me plant some winter garlic in the below video!

Garlic planting in October

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Gardener, homemaker and finance whiz living beyond buckthorns since 2016.

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Mulching with hay and leaves
Green peas growing
Lumia and Nick holding their PDC
The Finnish Permaculture Associationas winter meeting in Koroinen
Huge radishes
Herbs in pots and grass mulch
Participants at the Biogas Workshop at the Finnish Permaculture farm Beyond Buckthorns
First fire burning in the repaired fireplace