In order to know when to plant garden vegetables, you must first know what your hardiness zone is. Locate that information on a site such as The Vegetable Garden by clicking a link on the left side. Put in your ZIP code ... More »

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According to Martha Stewart, planting and maintaining a vegetable garden is a rewarding experience. Start your own with a sunny, well-drained spot, an edger, a pitchfork, a hoe, vegetable seed packets, garden stakes and ... More »

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Some tips for planting vegetables include placing the garden in a sunny location, starting the seedlings early inside, adding compost to the soil a few week in advance of planting, and applying a layer of mulch around th... More »

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The best time of the year to plant vegetables depends on the type of vegetable and the geographical location of the garden. In general, vegetables can be started indoors a few weeks before or after the last spring frost ... More »

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Japanese grass or Japanese forest grass is best grown in USDA hardiness zones 4-9. This foliage plant grows well in full sun or partial shade. More »

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The Home Depot Garden Club offers tips on many topics, including how to grow flowers, herbs, vegetables, succulents and other plants in specific United States Department of Agriculture hardiness zones, lawn maintenance, ... More »

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Plant or transplant seedling by selecting the best date for the specific plant depending on its hardiness, hardening off the seedling, using well-drained soil and adding mulch. Immediately add a light starter fertilizer ... More »

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