Hmm.. There is a good chance these won't bulb for you since in Mexico, they would grow short day garlic and you would need to grow long day garlic varieties in Ohio.
Today, I realized that clumps of what I had thought were Egyptian onions had very garlic-like flat folded leaves. I tried grasping a skinny one near the soil line and firmly pulling it up, and out popped what looks very much like onion transplants -- about pencil to marker-thick With about 1" roots attached (this mornings heavy rains helped) -- but definitely garlicky in odor. I pulled most of them, thinking to thin them, and out popped one with a garlic clove still attached. With purple red near the base, I,m pretty sure these are German Pink hard neck variety that were meant to be harvested last year. I guess I somehow missed a few.
I ended up pulling up all but the thickest from each cluster, and with a big bundle of garlic transplants in hand, went around planting them all over the garden.
If these don't form cluster bulbs, they should at least grow into large single cloves each that can be grown for next year's crop.