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Q.Can I Grow Sweetcorn In My Bed That Contains Flowers And Bushes

Zone Sheffield South Yorkshire uk | Anonymous added on May 5, 2021 | Answered

As I can’t get to my allotment I would like to grow them at home ,but I have little space left but there is some room amongst some bushes and plants in a raised bed .I would be able to set them about 10″ apart and in a block formation .would this be ok

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Answered on May 6, 2021

Your corn plants spacing should be fine, but should be planted in rows or a circle for pollination. Rows should be 36-42 inches apart. Just make sure they aren't near tomatoes or cabbage/cauliflower type plants. Here are two articles to help:

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