How Far Apart Do I Place My Annual Plants?

Most annuals may be planted 8 inches apart if the goal is a more immediate, showy presentation and 12 inches apart if the goal is to provide maximum growth room. Be warned, however, that some annuals require up to 36 inches of space to thrive, so check plant labels.

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