Happy May Day! It’s definitely May Gray outside at the moment, but predictions for record breaking heat this weekend should keep you at the ready to water your garden as needed.
Gardening in May is a busy time. Plants are growing, there’s hope of a great harvest or beautiful flowers but there is work to be done. Here’s your guide to maintenance for the month: May in the Garden
This Pride of Madeira sits next to City Hall and Glorietta Bay on Coronado. The beautiful colors of this plant – purple, blue, white or pink – are blooming everywhere now. Spectacular!
The February list of garden tasks is up for your perusal.
Okay, you’ve had the first day of the year to recover from 2012, so now there’s work to do in the garden. Check out the January Garden Tasks to help you get organized and git ‘er done. Happy New Year!!! Here’s to a beautiful garden all year long…..
December in the Garden has been posted for your perusal! Mulching should be a priority in your garden in preparation for the coming cold months.
December in the Garden 2012
This is very cool!
May in the Garden is posted for your information. It’s starting to get exciting out in the garden. I’m cutting lots of sweet peas, the bees are buzzing around, and it smells so good in the evening as my jasmine sends waves of beautiful scent through the open windows.
It’s April already?!
April is National Garden Month. Here’s a list of fun activities to celebrate.
Instead of using RoundUp to kill the weeds in your garden, try using vinegar around the garden.
Even if you have mostly shade in your garden, you can still grow many edibles in the shade.
It’s time to start thinking tomatoes! Here’s a graph for diagnosing nutrient issues.
From the U.S. National Arboretum: Invasive plants
Think recycling whenever possible. Here are some good ideas.
Have a nice week in your garden!!!
This month’s garden tasks have been posted.
March in the Garden