As we step into summer, we can finally harvest something out of our garden: peas and salad. Each of our children (except Caleb) gets his/her own square this year. I believe it is a great idea to train our children to grow food themselves. Not only can they learn to work with their hands, they would learn to appreciate the blessings from God and the hard work of farmers.
|When the garlic leaves started to turn yellow and die, it is time to dig up the bulbs.|
|If rain is not expected for a couple of days, you can simply leave the whole plant on the soil to dry.|
|1 square can provide up to 64 garlic bulbs.|