(Thanks to extremenutritioncoach.com for the pic)
My original plan was to work the list of vegetables in alphabetical order. But as I was reading through my book, I learned that garlic should be started in the fall for a summer harvest. I guess it's sort of like bulb flower - if you want them to bloom in the spring, they need to stew all winter underground. Makes sense to me.
So I ordered the 2 lb Large Garden Pack, from Filaree Farm in central Washington. It was pretty spendy at $40 with shipping, but the supply should perpetuate itself so next year (and the year after that, and the year after that...) I won't have to order any. And this looks like good stuff - it better be good stuff.
If you're interested in growing your own garlic next year - it's time to order it now. Many sellers are running out of garlic seed (which really means a clove of garlic). Mine will be shipped to me in mid-September.