If you live in USDA Zone 5, the perfect time to prepare a bed to plant garlic is from the middle to late October.

Garlic likes rich, loose soil which is difficult to find here in Central New York State. However, it isn't a problem because of the method I use to garden.

Instead of tilling the soil, I make garden beds using compost right on top of the native soil.

You can see these beds, and how I prepare the bed to plant garlic in the video below.

Preparing a Garden Bed to Plant Garlic

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Hi, my name is Todd. My View From the Woods documents my journey of gardening, growing microgreens, preserving food, searching for a homestead, and hiking with my new Springer Spaniel, Caden.

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