When to Plant Garlic in Northern Climates Such as Wisconsin

In Wisconsin and other northern climates, garlic should be planted in the fall, about four to six weeks before the ground freezes. If you plant bulbs in the spring, the harvest will be smaller and not fully mature, according to the University of Wisconsin Extension.

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