I'm spending a few months in Guatemala this winter. On break from my volunteer gig in the lowlands of eastern Guat, I'm spending a week in San Pedro la Laguna on the Lake Atitlan. My host would love to grow garlic on a small plot of land he owns. I have not seen this plot. Question is:
Can garlic grow here? Presume so, onions grow fine here, and garlic grows fine in areas of the US where there is no snow as well.
Anyone grown anything in this climate? Relatively temperate yearround, no snowfall... I don't know details on rainy season vs dry season. I'd love to know if you know when to plant garlic in the Lago Atitlan area.
I live in southern Honduras, started my garlic to root in low water, it took root and started greening up well.
It's cool at night in the 80's during day and we are in our dry season. So its growing well with regular watering.
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