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 »

Tulips are native to North Africa, Greece, Turkey, Iran, Ukraine, Mongolia and southern Siberia but are now grown in countries across the globe. Popular regions for tulip growing include Holland, Switzerland, United King... More »

A pine tree does not need constant watering unless it is freshly planted, in which case it needs water two to three times a week for a year. Fully grown pine trees capture most of the moisture they need in their soil. More »

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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In the United States, daylight savings time (DST) commences on the second Sunday in March and ends the first Sunday in the month of November, states the Old Farmer's Almanac. On the specified date in March, the clocks ar... More »

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Proper lawn care requires feeding, watering, weeding and mowing, according to The Old Farmer's Almanac. If there are areas where the grass is thin or the soil is bare, the owner should also seed at the appropriate time t... More »

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Celery can be grown in all the states of the United States except Alaska and Hawaii, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac. Because extreme heat and extreme cold prohibit the growth of this long-season crop, these states... More »