Keep Blooming Roses Roses Founded should be watered every week or even every two weeks. Keep them cut back so that the system aims to strengthen the strongest varieties. Remove dead flowers.
- Don’t Mow As Often: When water is abundant in summer, the grass tends to grow rapidly. With a little water, slowing growth. Cut every 2-3 weeks. Keep grass at least an inch long, to protect against heat stimulation land, water evaporation and growth of deeper roots.
- Plant Indoors: Houseplants are not subjected to the intense heat, the exterior can be experienced in the summer. Consider planting flowers in pots inside. Flowering plant that does well in the fourth hibiscus, lilies, geraniums, begonias and Boston fern varieties. Use “gray water” gathered in the kitchen or bathroom to keep these plants well watered.
Keep your garden, keep in your garden yellowing vines and hanging stems or flowers. So you just the energy of the healthy part of the plant. Many times, removing all problematic parts of the plant within a week. In addition, weeds once they before they steal nutrients in soil gardens.
- Cut Perennials: Perennials can lose its luster now. If it seems that his best days are behind them to cut the plants, leaving only a few inches from the stem residue. Plants grow again in the spring.
- Prevent Creatures From Eating Your Crop: Conclusion After a week of watching the fruits and vegetables are ripe, it is one of the most frightening aspects of gardening animal took a bite of a wonderful piece of fruit or vegetable (or meeting with his true) Protect with bird netting over the top of the tree, he began covering the ripe fruits of fruit for birds, let them know in advance.
Make sure there is a hole, so that the birds do not get caught if you can find a way. Consider a mini-guide (available in the nursery) in the garden to prevent rodents to steal vegetables. Another option is to close the bird netting plants. The spread of eggshells crushed the slug plan to keep close strawberries and vegetables are low-to-the-land and other vegetables.