How to grow garlic in pots and have an endless supply

By liliaturcin5

Garlic is one of the simplest and cheapest plants to grow in pots at home. It is a fundamental element of the kitchen, as well as having innumerable health benefits and being often applied as a natural remedy.

Garlic has many healing properties: it is rich in nitrogenous substances, sodium, potassium, selenium, calcium, magnesium, silicon, phosphoric acid, vitamins C, D and B, phytosterols and essential oils.

It also contains allicin, which is formed during the mechanical destruction of plants, which means that it is by crushing or crushing garlic that you get the most out of its properties. Some studies have shown that allicin has a strong bacteriostatic effect, which cures infections faster.

To grow garlic in a pot you only need a clove of garlic, a container and some soil.

Take the container and fill it with potting soil. Separate the garlic cloves and place them in the soil in an upright position at a depth of about 3 centimeters.
Place the container in a sunny part of the house and water it when the soil dries out, as you would any other plant.

Once it reaches 7-10cm in height, cut the plant back and leave about 2-3cm for it to regrow. After some time, the plants will dry out and turn brown. The time has come to remove it from the earth, each clove will have formed a bulb with various cloves. Take one of these wedges and repeat the operation.

Important: This website does not give medical advice, nor does it suggest the use of techniques as a form of treatment for physical problems, for which medical advice is required. In case you decide to apply the information contained in this site, the same does not assume responsibility. The intention of the site is to be illustrative, not exhortative or didactic.