I harvested a few garlic today. The rest will be ready to harvest soon. I had 51 heads of garlic last year. This crop looks better than last years crop. I planted my 2013 crop from grocery store garlic. The 2014 crop was planted from about 60 cloves from the 1st years crop. My Arizona garlic crop did many times better than my Tennessee garlic crops every did, I'm not sure why. Maybe is it the mild 70 degree winter temperatures or the sandy soil or the daily irrigation. I put 10 cloves of garlic in Mexican stew it was good. It is interesting how the garlic plants grow about 30" tall and look like Leeks then when the plants starts to turn brown and die they suddenly change from looking like a very large green onion to garlic heads. It takes about 6 weeks for the green to turn completely brown and look dead. I planted this crop in November, they were never given fertilizer and were all planted in a 26" diameter irrigation circle with automatic 2 quarts of water every day. I gave 1 garlic head to a friend.