- Plant out annual summer bedding plants now the risk of frost has passed.
- Plant up containers, hanging baskets and planters now the risk of frost has passed.
- Continue to thin out drifts of hardy annuals if they're overcrowded.
- Lift and divide clumps of snowdrops and bluebells once the leaves start to yellow.
- Lift and divide overcrowded clumps of bulbs.
- Keep newly planted trees and shrubs well-watered whilst they establish.
- It's not too late to sow seeds of annual plants - for a full list of annuals that you can still sow now see our what to sow and grow page.
- Pinch out the tips of your Fuchsias to encourage a bushy habit and more flowers.
- If any of your hanging basket plants have become leggy or misshapen, simply trim the excess off - this will encourage bushy growth.
- As soon as your sweet peas start to flower, keep picking them to encourage more blooms.
- Dead-head your roses if they are repeat-flowering types. Otherwise leave the seed heads on for decoration.
- Cut back bulb foliage as soon as it has died down naturally.
- Harvest flower heads from your lavender plants to use in baking or as a garnish to your meals!
Friday, 30 June 2017 08:58
JuneWritten by The Webmaster
Published in Gardening Tips