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Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Update on Fall Garlic, Onions and Leeks: 3 Weeks of Growth

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Fall gardening is alive and well in Maryland. Some cool weather vegetables you plant to harvest in the fall and others you plant to over-winter and be ready come spring. On September 26th I did a video on planting garlic, onion seeds and leeks. His is the progress about 3 weeks later.

The vegetables will do their thing over the winter and be ready in various stages for spring and late spring harvesting.

Fall Planted Garlic - The Rusted Garden Blog
Fall Planted Onion Seeds - The Rusted Garden Blog

Notice the onions and leeks look almost the same. They are related. Onions make the round bulb you are familiar with and leeks grow more like cylindrical stalks. Both great additions to the garden. And you can start them in the fall.

Fall Planted Leeks - The Rusted Garden Blog

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