The days are getting longer, the mercury is getting higher and the air is scented with the distinctive aroma of bug spray and sunscreen. Yes, it must be summer. Time for school childeren and ice cream vendors to frolick together in sunlit reverie. But while mid-summer may seem like a dream to us humans, especially when viewed from a hammock with a properly chilled beverage, it can be tough for our gardens. Here's a short checklist to help your lawn and garden healthy all summer long.
Plant Summer Perennials - Summer is still a great time to plant! Follow these tips to make sure your perennials get off to a great start.
Fix Lawn Brown Patch - A common lawn problem in the hot summer.
Apply WaterSaver Lawn Food - The best organic lawn fertilizer for the summertime.
Revive Stressed Plants - Keep your heat-stressed and anemic plants healthy and strong all summer long.