As we approach the middle of July, the most important thing to do is remember to enjoy your garden. Too often we invest a lot of time and energy in the upkeep of our gardens and then forget or don’t take the time to simply enjoy our labors.
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So invite a few friends over, grab your favorite drink, sit back in a chair, and relax! You deserve it.
Some other tips for the week:
- Continue to weed for one hour this week. Divide your weeding time into four fifteen-minute weeding sessions. You'll be shocked at how much you get done.
- If you have vegetables, check to see what needs picking. I didn't do this last week, and some of my peas became overripe.
- If you have flowers in containers, feed them some liquid fertilizer to help them through the next two months. I like to use something specifically made for flowering annuals.
- Cut spent flowers, including roses, as they die. Some plants will rebloom. Even if your flowers are not the reblooming type, cutting the spent flowers can’t hurt.
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