Where does the garlic grow?
Also asked, does garlic grow above or below the ground?
Both savory vegetables grow underground in areas with rich, well-draining soil. Garlic can be planted from bulbs that are purchased from local markets or grocery stores. Gardeners can easily plant and grow garlic at home, either in raised beds, planting beds or container gardens.
Furthermore, how long does garlic take to grow? nine months
Thereof, what does garlic look like when it is growing?
Plant each clove (flat end down, pointed side up) two inches deep. Space them about 6 inches apart. You can expect to see growth in 4-6 weeks. If you pull your garlic up the first growing season, you'll see what looks like one single clove attached to the stem rather than a multi-cloved bulb.
Where is garlic commercially grown?
In the United States, California is the major garlic producing state followed by Oregon and Nevada. The two most prevalent varieties grown commercially are California Early and California Late.