The Old Farmer's Almanac suggests planting tomatoes six to eight weeks inside prior to the last spring frost. Tomatoes can be sown outside, but they are less likely to grow. Most gardeners plant tomato seeds between Febr... More »

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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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Tomatoes should be planted when there is no danger of frost or cold weather. Generally, tomatoes can be planted outdoors around May unless the climate is particularly cold. Seeds started indoors can be started before the... 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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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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Plant a box hedge by choosing the correct time, selecting a good location, preparing the planting area, digging the holes, adding organic material, and spacing the plants appropriately. You need a garden trowel or fork, ... More »

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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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