While out counting leaves, I noticed some other interesting developments as well:
On the left set of the pictures, you see garlic that appears to have multiple cloves developing. Like a clove within a clove or clove next to a clove. I say this because there seems to be a seperate set of leaves developing. Has anyone seen this before? It is only happening with one or two varieties.
Top right is my elephant garlic with scapes. Hmmm. I think I may harvest those scapes OR do I want the bulbits since elephant garlic is so expensive to buy?
Bottom right is garlic with scapes! I circled the scapes. I didn't expect any scapes because they don't occur on softnecks. However, these scapes are occuring on the grocery store garlic that I planted, so who knows what variety that is. So I may have a harvest to share next monday afterall :).