Well, harvested our second chicken (our roo) and the first crop of the season (garlic). I think it's a little early to be harvesting garlic but they were wilting and yellow so I made the decision to harvest.We got three good-sized single bulbs for next year and replanted two others, as well as five multiple-clove bulbs that were puny but edible. It's about what I expected, I only planted five stage 1 bulbils and five stage 2 bulbils, as an experiment. Now that I know what to expect I'll be planting a MUCH larger crop next year and I'll have much more for actual eating. As it stands, three of the five large bulbs are suitable for eating (the other two being the larger ones for seed). I've got them all drying in the utility room so hopefully the fruits of my labors will be worth it! Now I've got some household things to take care of and weeding to do, then I'll be planting this year's radish crop.