The best time to plant pumpkin seeds is when the soil temperature reaches at least 65 degrees Fahrenheit and all chance of frost has passed. This varies depending on what part of the country one is in. More »

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To plant pumpkins, add compost to the soil, and amend the soil's pH as needed. Cover the soil with plastic to warm it before planting the pumpkin seeds, and plant the seeds directly in the garden. Use row covers to prote... More »

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Plant pumpkin seeds by choosing a sunny location for the pumpkin patch, planting the seeds at the right time, using fertile soil, preparing the planting site, and thinning the plants. You need pumpkin seeds, a trowel and... More »

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The best time to plant roses is in early spring after the last frost or in early fall before the first expected frost. Once planted, a rose bush reaches its mature size in two to three years. More »

The best time to plant potatoes is right after the final spring frost. It is sometimes necessary to wait a few weeks just to be sure that a surprise freeze doesn't wipe out newly sprouted seedlings. More »

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The best time to transplant hostas and other perennials is spring or fall when the weather is cool and there is more natural moisture in the soil. In most areas there's a 4 week window in the spring when the ground thaws... More »

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The best time to transplant a rhododendron is when the plant is not in soft growth. In warmer climates, this is late summer to late fall. In colder climates, rhododendrons can be transported in the spring. Rhododendrons ... More »