Gardeners can plant spaghetti squash in the spring after the last chance of frost is gone in hills that are about three-feet apart. The squash should be allowed to ripen until they start to turn color in the fall. More »

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Spaghetti squash is a variety of winter squash that resembles strands of spaghetti when cooked. The oblong, yellow squash is generally eight to 14 inches in length and weighs between two to four pounds. More »

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Cooking spaghetti squash in the oven requires splitting it in half and baking it for approximately 40 minutes to an hour. Food Network and Martha Stewart require different styles of cooking spaghetti squash. More »

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Spaghetti squash is a variety of winter squash that resembles strands of spaghetti when cooked. The oblong, yellow squash is generally eight to 14 inches in length and weighs between two to four pounds. More »

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Acorn squash originated in North and Central America, but gardeners and farmers can easily grow the plant in most conditions. When growing the squash, it needs about 50 square feet for every two to three plants, and the ... More »

In an area with full sun, loosen the soil to 12 inches, work an organic fertilizer into the soil, and sow the turnip seeds approximately two to three weeks before the last expected frost date of the region or in early sp... More »

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To grow olive trees, plant the saplings in spring after the danger of frost has passed. Choose a location with well-drained soil and at least six hours of full sun each day. Water young trees to a depth of 2 feet using a... More »

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