From mid to late June there are a few landscaping tips that you can add to the calendar that will help you get the most out of your yard this season. Take a look at these great tips featured on www.colostate.edu.
In Mid June
- To conserve moisture, mulch tomatoes after the soil is thoroughly warm this also helps to prevent blossom end rot.
- Use either organic material or permeable fabric to mulch the whole vegetable garden. This maintains even soil moisture and inhibits weed growth.
- Go ahead and continue planting balled-and-burlap trees and shrubs until the end of the month.
- Make sure you water your raspberries, they need up to three inches of water each week.
- Plant bush beans bi-weekly until August 1 for a continuous harvest.
- Pick your gooseberries while they are full-sized and green.
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