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Kejora Elephant Garlic

How to Plant Elephant Garlic?

The method of growing elephant garlic is similar to general garlic we see in the supermarket. Elephant garlic is usually planted in the fall and harvests about eight months later, which allows the garlic to have enough time to split into cloves. After planting in Fall, elephant garlic sprouts in winter or early spring the following year, and it grows slowly during this period. When the temperature rises in spring, elephant garlic grows quickly. By the end of May and early June, the elephant garlic began to send up flower stalks (scapes), which are edible and can cook with meat or make pesto. If you plant the elephant garlic in the spring, it takes about 3 months to harvest, but you will mostly have a large bulb instead of cloves only.

To plant your own elephant garlic, here is the planting procedure:

  1. Divide the garlic bulb into cloves and plant them pointy side up, blunt side down
  2. Plant each clove ~3 inches deep and space the cloves about 8-12 inches apart to allow air circulation.
  3. Elephant garlic doesn't require much water. If your area gives enough rain, you don't need to water it. If you live in a dry climate, water it 1-2 inch water per week.
  4. Remember to cut the scapes before it begins to curl. (increase the bulb size)
  5. In April you can give it some nitrogen fertilizer so its top can grows well.
  6. In July, stop water the plant before harvesting.
  7. As the leaves turn yellow to brown, it's time to harvest!

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