Tis the Season!
It is summer time, which means lots of fresh, seasonal vegetables, fruits, and beautiful flowers! During these hot summer months, some of your plants will flourish, and others will struggle; but with some tender loving care, all should survive.
Key Tips for Summer Gardening
- Make sure there is an adequate amount of water in the root zone area, but do not waste water.
- Use plenty of mulch in the soil when you plant to stabilize the soil temperature and help retain moisture
- Water early in the morning to reduce water losses to evaporation
- Summer plants grow rapidly so fertilize regularly
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