July Lawn and Garden Projects

Week of July 4th – Put down the sparklers and plant your late garden.  With the exception of dry weather, late gardens are the best gardens!  You don’t have the disease and insect problems that come with Spring gardens.  Take care of the dry weather issues with a good soaker hose and a thin layer of mulch or straw on top to retain the moisture.  If you hand water, be sure to direct the water flow to the base of the plant and not to the entire plant.  This will help avoid the spread of pathogens such as blight, sooty mold and others.


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