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  • Garlic Harvest

    I just have to share this with you but today I harvested this


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    I am very happy with it and can't wait to eat it.

    I hope you can see the photo as I have just opened a flickr account and twenty seconds ago!

    Sharon
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    Well done you - now how about creamy garlic mushrooms on toast? Perfect for either supper or lunch.

    My brother is not a gardener but his one attempt was really successful - he just planted some garlic bulbs (straight from the net from the supermarket) into a plantpot and kept it on his kitchen window sill. He too had a very successful crop.
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    • #3
      That looks good enough to eat!!!

      I havent ventured into growing garlic yet - I love to eat the stuff just not got round to putting it in the veggie plot. Its soooo rewarding to eat what you grow, we had some tatties from our plot tonight and yuuummmmy they were good!.

      Enjoy your garlic fest. x
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      • #4
        Well done - they look nice and healthy too. Enjoy!
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        • #5
          What a harvest!! They look beautiful, I bet they taste great too.
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          • #6
            How cool is that! Makes me wish I had grown some, I've grown loads of veggies in pots and tubs and even grown watercress in my window box this year but never thought of garlic, Selina

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            • #7
              GRGEOUS! tHEY LOOK VERY HEALTHY!!! SUE XX
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              • #8
                looks lovely i'm off to make garlic mushrooms and toast will have to do with the fresh garlic my wee veggie man delivers in my veggie box
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                • #9
                  Thanks for your comments folks.

                  I hung the garlic in the garage to dry out a bit. I went into the garage this morning, wow what a honk!

                  I'll have to find some nice garlic recipes now!

                  Sharon
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                  • #10
                    No danger of vampires in your garage then - LOL - they look wonderful & tasty.. yum yum. I've got some raspberries in the garden.. just hoping the birds wont get to them first...
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                    • #11
                      Hi

                      You did a great job.
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                      • #12
                        Garlic soup!

                        I will find you a recipe for it if you want, but what better way to use your garlic!
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                        • #13
                          Nice one Sharon, how great to be able to eat what you grew yourself, lovely

                          And spookily enough I made lovely buttery garlic mushrooms on toast for my dinner at weekend and grilled a load of melted cheese over the top of em and it was very, very scrummy

                          Have fun
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                          • #14
                            Looks great. Fealing a bit of a noodle though 'cos I forgot to get mine planted in time so we haven't got any home grown garlic this year!
                            It's certainly worth growing it though as you can store it like onions and I reckon we use on average a clove a day!

                            If you are into growing stuff btw, you might like to go have a peek at my gardening blog! http://growitcookiteatit.blogspot.com
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                            • #15
                              I tend to leave my garlic in the ground and pull it as I need it - not easy in winter but it is just outside the back door!
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