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Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Posted: May/18/2008 1:40 PM PST
Hope this is in the right forum. If not, let me know and I'll move it.
Ok, so there was garlic in the beds when we moved in. So, one grew tall and flowered. I heard that when the top bloomed, it was ready to harvest. Not sure if that is true, but I pulled it up today. There were several pods inside the bulb at the bottom. I'm drying them now. ( I laid them on the counter )
Question: Do you get seeds from the flower at the top? I think so , but am unsure. Please help.
Posted: May/18/2008 5:51 PM PST
as i know it the clove you use in cooking is the seed ive popped cloves in dirt an there were roots an leaves
hope this helps
Location: Clinton Township, Michigan
Posted: May/18/2008 7:28 PM PST
the flower on top will develop little tiny miniature "cloves" that can be planted for seeds, if you leave it in the ground long enough.