Tomato seedlings should be planted 2 feet apart, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac. The wide spacing accommodates mature plants and allows enough room for wire cages, which stake the tall plants and provide protectio... More »

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Young broccoli plants should be planted in rows with one to two feet between plants. Rows should have at least two feet between them. Spacing is less important when planting broccoli seeds because broccoli plants are usu... More »

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Cucumbers planted in rows should be 6 inches apart, and those planted in hills should have up to five seeds placed in a 1-foot diameter circle, according to the National Gardening Association. Hills should be up to 6 fee... More »

Tulips should not be watered directly during their blooming period, according to The Old Farmer's Almanac. Spring and summer rains often are more than enough water for tulip bulbs, which perform best in dry, airy soil th... More »

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 »

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The best way to grow tomatoes is to allow them to put down good roots, plant the right seedlings and make the proper cuts to your plants. The best time to grow tomatoes is during the summer season. 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 »

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