Question by  Rosark (82)

How do you grow spaghetti squash plants?

I hope it is not too hard.


Answer by  PhoneDood (98)

In general I'd say plants are difficult for most novices to handle. You should either consult a skilled botanist, or at the very least pick up a "Plants for Dummies" book. There are a lot of different plant types to identify. Most plants are unique in their characteristics, and there's no easy answer here.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

You grow them just like you do any other squash and you will know when they are ripe because they get a hard shell and they turn a peachy color. The only thing you need to make sure of is that where ever you plant them there is no standing water they will drowned and die.


Answer by  Redhdz (527)

Just like any other squash. It is very easy. Grow in a garden or in a pot with a trellis. Plant the seeds about an inch deep. They need lots of sun. When ready to ne picked, it will turn yellow and the skin harden


Answer by  Bugturk (97)

Plant seed 1/2-inch deep in well-drained soil (they'll tolerate light shade, but yield less). Water at the slightest wilt; fertilize occasionally with water-soluble plant food until squashes start to develop.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

Just work up the ground good and then sew the seeds about an inch deep and about six inches apart.


Answer by  jane51 (287)

not harad to grow same as other Squash, palnt seed two inches deep, make sure get plenty of sun, use mild fertilizer, and control weeds


Answer by  sathu (157)

I will buy seeds in the winter. then take the starter container and fill soil. i will bury the seed in 1 to 1. 5 inches deep and make it moist. Keep the pot outside and prepare plant to grow after first frost. We can grow spaghetti squash plant in normal land also with burying 2 to 3 seeds together in sunny area.


Answer by  fishlover49 (643)

Purchase the seeds, plant them in a sunny location and keep the area weeded and watered. The plants can be picked when the vines start to die


Answer by  lorel (274)

It's easy. Plant the seeds on a low volcano-shaped hillock in the spring, give them plenty of water, and they should "take-off". Give the vines LOTS of room.


Answer by  Vivi55 (287)

They're very easy to grow; I've even had some come up on their own when I threw out the seeds from one I was cooking. They're best left lying on the ground with room to grow, but you could probably grow one out of a pot as long as you're careful with the vine.

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