If you want to grow your spaghetti squash plants, you must start with new seeds. The seeds can be found in the fruit, close to the stem.
After the last frost date, spaghetti squash seedlings can be transplanted into a garden bed. The garden soil should be loose and fertile, with aged compost manure added before planting.
In this stage, spaghetti squash plants will grow either male flowers, which have a bushy appearance, or female flowers, which are long and thin.