Plant hardneck garlic in the Autumn, 6 to 8 inches deep, 6 inches apart, using a stick to drill holes into the soil. Separate garlic cloves and plant one in each hole, roots facing down, tip facing up.
Fertilize with manure or compost and water well to start the rooting process for a high yield of thick garlic heads with many cloves.
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