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Learn how to grow garlic tonight in Phillips

Dave Fuller of the Franklin County Cooperative Extension Office.

PHILLIPS - A presentation by the University of Maine Cooperative Extension's David Fuller is being offered Wednesday evening; the event will teach participants how to grow garlic at home.

From 6 - 7:30 p.m. at the Phillips Public Library, Fuller will provide four garlic bulbs for attendees to plant this fall. Fuller is an agriculture, home garden and garlic specialist. A participant fee of $10.

For more information, contact Hedy Stinchfield at 639-2665.

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  1. about 15 yrs ago I bought some garlic at the common ground fair named Rowe. I was told it was discovered by folks that write books I will say that after planting over 25 " varieties" over the past 20 yrs it is my favorite

    flavor, easy to peal and most important time it keeps in my root cellar before sprouting. See that it is sold with phillips name as well Have shared with many folks.