Can squash seeds be planted in rows or hills?

Answer Squash seeds can be planted in either rows or hills. Rows should be 40 inches apart with seeds planted 12 inches apart within the row and thinned to 24 to 36 inches apart. Hills should be 3 feet ap... Read More »

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How to Plant Squash in Hills?

Are you wondering how people get those nice, thick squash plants that produce heavily? Planting squash in hills can give your squash first rate drainage, helping them to grow well. Here are a few e... Read More »

How far apart should black hills spruce trees be planted?

Black Hills spruce trees should be planted 8 to 12 feet apart. A 2-foot-tall potted tree will grow to be 5 feet tall by 5 feet wide within five years. Black Hills spruce trees are often planted in ... Read More »

How to Dry Squash Seeds?

Drying your own squash seeds is easy and  gives you the opportunity to grow your own squash in your garden every year.