To grow tomatoes in your garden, begin by sowing tomato seeds in flats about six to eight weeks before the last frost. Keep the plants in a warm window, water them regularly and transplant them outside when the soil temp... More »

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Tomato growing season varies largely based on location, but most places in the United States have a growing season that begins sometime between mid- to late April and May. Based on when cooler weather arrives in a partic... More »

Plant tomato seeds indoors six to eight weeks before your growing season. You need tomato seeds, potting soil, a light source, a table fan and an assortment of containers at least 3 inches deep. It takes between 30 minut... More »

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To grow cabbage, start the plants off indoor sand then transplant them outside a few weeks before the last frost date. Place them in rows 12 to 24 inches apart and make sure the ground is kept moist. An alternate metho... More »

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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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Tomato seeds should be planted indoors 6 to 8 weeks before the last frost of the season. Choose a site that gets about 6 hours of sun each day. For more southern regions, choose a site that is shaded in the afternoon. More »

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To grow dahlias, get them started indoors six weeks before the last expected frost, then transplant them outside after the frost has passed. Water the plants consistently to keep the soil moist, fertilize them weekly and... More »

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