Distance Yourselves: Why Planting Space Matters

While most plants prefer the same amount of sunlight and water, each have a preference for their personal growing zone. Knowing where your plant needs to be planted will help ensure you're working with optimal health and well-being.

Space matters. When you strategically plant your seeds giving them enough space, you'll ensure the amount of sunlight, air, water, and nutrients they receive. In turn, you'll create a healthy plant that makes beautiful flowers.

If you don't give your seedlings room to grow, you'll have irregular sized seedlings or worse, seeds that don't sprout at all... Your seedlings will end up competing for their needs and in turn may not fill up your garden with a harvest. So remember, distance your seeds when you plant or thin them out when they become crowded!

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