Your once beautiful garden is now a mass of spent vines, stubborn weeds, and greens gone to seed. Your poor, sad garden.
Garlic adds spice to the garden and
potent flavor for your summer meals.
Fall (after the first frost) is the perfect time to plant garlic for your summer harvest. A sunny, well-drained garden amended with compost provides ideal growing conditions. Water until the weather stops you, then start again after the snow melts in the spring. Come in to Giordano’s for all your compost and topsoil needs.
The first week of August is a great time to think about replacing early season crops with cool weather vegetables for the fall.