When the girls got home from school, I decided it was time to make a rush to get some garlic in the ground. Garlic is a great crop as it doesn’t need to be put in the ground in the spring.
The garlic cloves, recently separated from their bulbs.
The girls planting a furrow of garlic. We ended up getting four rows in before the rain started (and is supposed remain for a couple days). So, if they didn’t get in today, it would probably be at least another week before they got planted.