The first week of June has already gone by, but there’s still 3 weeks left. I’m sharing with you pictures of my garden, and a list of what to do in the garden in June. So lets get to work!
– Trim trees and shrubs that have flowered.
– Trim dead flowers off rosebushes and rhododendrons.
– Fertilize coniferous and rosebushes.
– Protect bottom of clematis.
– Control insects and diseases on trees, shrubs and perennials.
– Apply liquid algae on fruits trees.
– Cut and water grass (if the weather is hot and dry bring cutting blade up to 8 cm).
– Remove dandelions from your grass with a dandelion remover.
– Plant annuals and summer bulbs.
– Fertilize annuals and perennials.
– Support perennials that need support.
– Weed flower beds.
– Water flower beds and annuals in containers.
– Remove spring bulbs if wanted.
– Modify flower beds if needed.
– Create new flower beds.
– Support tomato plants.
– Harvest radishes, salad and peas regularly.
– Reseed radishes, salad and peas.
– Control insects and diseases in the garden.
– Weed the garden.
– Water the garden
With all the gardens I have, I have enough work with just the weeding. I need at least 3 hours a week to weed. I don’t really like to weed, but the gardens look so much better after it’s done. Totally worth the work!
Do you like weeding? How much weeding do you have to do in your garden?
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