June

January 3, 2017

 

June is Perennial Garden Month.  Since perennials return year after year, they are a great addition to your garden, and now is a great time to plant them.  We have a wide range of perennials for both sun and shade.

 

 

Now that you have your flower beds and any new trees or shrubs planted, be sure to keep up on the watering.  After a wet spring, we can be out of the habit of keeping newly planted material watered.

 

In your vegetable garden, stake or cage your tomatoes while they are still small.

Keep weeds at bay, first hand weed while they are small, then follow with an application of Preen Weed Preventer at 9 - 12 week intervals.

 

Pinch back your mums so that they will be bushy in the fall.

 

Deadhead Rhododendrons and Azaleas after the flowers are spent, and before they start to form seed pods.

 

If needed, trim back spring blooming shrubs right after they are done blooming, this ensures you will not cut off the buds for next year.

 

 

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