I moved into this 100 yr old house in July of last year. There we things growing here that we didnt know what they were. Thousands of plants everywhere. It had been years since anyone worked the flower beds.There was 2 different areas, under Catawba trees where something was growing that looked like a daylily plant. But it never bloomed, so i kinda forgot about it. Until it came back up this year. Well, yesterday while checking on all of my flowers, i decided to pull up one of these plants, to see what type bulb it had. To my surprise, It was Garlic!!!! :dance: The leave were turning yellow, so i decided to pull all of the plants up. I brought them inside, washed them and took off all of the leaves and stalk. I wieghed them and I have 5 pounds of fresh garlic. The whole house smells like garlic.......and believe it or not, it's a very nice smell. One question tho..........there are zillions of garlic "babies". Does anyone know when and how these should be planted?? They were really doing well under the catawba tree, should i just plant them all there? We have about 8 huge catawba trees, we were thining about cutting down. Maybe I should keep them?? I'm so excited that I have these growing in my own back yard!! And the taste and smell is much better than those bought in the markets.