I know that growing plants in containers without good drainage is risky business as you can then risk your plants getting root rot and etc., however I currently don't have many options for planting other than these plastic containers with no drainage. I am trying to not over-water my garlic, however the bulbs have grown demanding roots and the plants are constantly thirsty. How can I make sure my garlic plants are getting enough water without over-watering them? I live in Florida. I don't know what zone this is (new gardener please forgive me) but it is becoming more humid as we get closer to spring and despite the sunniness we do get a lot of overcast days due to the rain. I know it may sound silly to grow garlic in a container but again, I don't have many options for my little garden this year. I hope this information helps and I appreciate any answers or advice I can get! Thank you!