Growing garlic at home is a satisfying and relatively straightforward process. While garlic propagation typically involves planting cloves, it’s essential to provide the right conditions for successful growth. Here’s a step-by-step guide for achieving a high success rate in garlic propagation:

Materials Needed:

Garlic Bulbs:

Choose healthy and organic garlic bulbs for planting. You can find a variety of garlic types, such as softneck or hardneck.

Well-Draining Soil:

Garlic prefers well-draining soil with a pH between 6.0 and 7.0. Improve soil structure by adding compost or well-rotted organic matter.

Garden Bed or Containers:

Decide whether you want to plant garlic in a dedicated garden bed or in containers. Garlic can be grown successfully in both.