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The Old Farmer's Almanac suggests planting tomatoes six to eight weeks inside prior to the last spring frost. Tomatoes can be sown outside, but they are less likely to grow. Most gardeners plant tomato seeds between Febr... More »

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The best time of year to plant grass depends on the type of grass being planted and the region where the grass is being planted. The two types of grass to take into consideration are cool season grass and warm season gra... More »

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The best time to plant potatoes is right after the final spring frost. It is sometimes necessary to wait a few weeks just to be sure that a surprise freeze doesn't wipe out newly sprouted seedlings. More »

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Some tips for planting tomatoes include planting seeds indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the last spring frost date, choosing a site outdoors when the time comes that gets plenty of sunlight and to fertilize plants 2 weeks bef... More »

Plant a box hedge by choosing the correct time, selecting a good location, preparing the planting area, digging the holes, adding organic material, and spacing the plants appropriately. You need a garden trowel or fork, ... More »

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"The Old Farmer's Almanac" indicates that morning glories can bloom in from early summer to the first frost. According to About.com, morning glories begin blooming around July or August. The trumpet-shaped flowers typica... More »

The Farmer's Almanac provides a frost chart for the United States on its website, Almanac.com. The chart issues average frost dates for the last spring frost for various cities. More »

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