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The best time to plant a garden depends upon factors including what you plant, your local climate and whether you plant seeds indoors. A rule of thumb is to plant before the last frost for cold-climate plants and after t... More »

To grow sorghum in the garden, fertilize and prepare the soil on flat ground or in a bed, and plant seeds 1 to 2 inches deep at a rate of one seed every 4 inches in rows 20 to 30 inches apart. Plant seeds deeper in light... More »

Gardens are typically planted two weeks after the last frost date for the region, depending on the varieties of crops planted. Last frost dates for each hardiness zone can be determined using the USDA Plant Hardiness Zon... More »

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If you are starting the okra seeds indoors, plant them three or four weeks before the last spring frost date for your area, and set them out when the seedlings are 6 weeks old. Otherwise, wait to plant okra until the soi... More »

How often begonias require water depends on many factors, including the season, the potting medium used, the plant's location (indoors or outdoors) and the color of the soil, according to the American Begonia Society More »

To grow shoepeg corn, plant the seeds after the last frost of the season, weed the garden frequently, and provide water and fertilizer until the plant matures. Shoepeg corn requires about 96 days to fully mature after pl... More »