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Even the most experienced gardener is surprised to find out some of these 101 secrets. From how and when to plant popular plants to how and what to feed and nurture them – plus lots more useful tips and tricks. Planting your garden may be more important than ever.
Carrots -- Start sowing this cool-weather crop 3 weeks before the last frost; plant again every 2 to 3 weeks after that. Last planting 2 to 3 months before the first fall frost. Give them 18 inches of their own soil for the roots to spead out and be more productive.