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Things to do this month


1. Lawn Cutting
Continue lawn cutting each week

2. Lawn Feed
Apply a summer lawn feed treatment to maintain the strength of your grasses and keep watering early morning or late evening. Continue to mow regularly.

3. Dahlias
Apply a liquid feed to your dahlias and tie to your stakes as they grow

4. Hedges
Trim your hedges to keep in shape

5. Roses
Apply a feed and deadhead. Keep watering regularly to maintain a healthy plant

6. Vegetables
Check on a regular basis for aphids

7. Apple & Pear Trees
A gentle summer prune will improve your fruits

8. Watering
Maintain your watering procedures to ensure plants do not perish under the sun

9. Deadheading
Daily deadheading will improve the look of your plants and help generate new flower heads

10. Perennials
Cut back as they go over to generate a second flourish

 

 

July

the height of summer...

This is often one of the hottest months of the year and a great time to sit out and enjoy your garden. Keep plants looking good by regularly dead-heading, and you'll enjoy a longer display of blooms. Make sure you keep new plants well watered, using grey water where possible, and hoe off weeds, which thrive in the sunshine.
 

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