To plant sunflower seeds, place the seeds in a sunny area that has well-draining soil. Some varieties of sunflower require a stake for support. More »

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To plant sunflower seeds, sow the seeds directly in the garden in an area with full sun. Cover the seeds with loose soil, and water each seed thoroughly. After the seedlings develop, thin the plants, add mulch and water ... More »

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Sunflower seeds sprout in seven to 10 days, and the plants mature and produce seeds in 80 to 120 days, depending on the type of flower, according to Burpee, a seed distributor. Plants need to be about 2 feet apart. More »

Pot amaryllis in a container that is 6 to 8 inches in diameter and use loose, well-draining soil, and place the plant in an area with bright, indirect sunlight. Provide the plant with water when the soil is dry, and add ... More »

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To plant a hydrangea, dig a hole, place the plant in the center, fill the hole with soil, and water the area thoroughly. Choose a planting location with well-drained soil and the right amount of sunlight for the variety ... More »

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To grow arugula, plant the seeds in rich, evenly moist soil as soon as the ground thaws in the spring. Amend the soil to achieve a pH of 6 to 6.8 if necessary. Space the seeds 1-inch apart, and cover the seeds with a 1/4... More »

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To grow brandywine tomatoes, till the soil, plant the seeds, water the soil, spread mulch, support the plants with a trellis or stake, and apply starter fertilizer to support additional growth. Use a tiller and a shovel ... More »

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