Look closely and you'll
Look closely and you'll discover they aren't seeds exactly, but bulbils--tiny garlic cloves. I plant mine. Year after year. I love this system--no buying involved. I cannot promise that all bulbils will do what mine do, but just go ahead and plant some in a spot where you can watch them. First they'll form a single clove (I plant them soon after I harvest the current garlic crop), and then in autumn that single clove is your planted clove for next summer's harvest! Amazing, yes?