Summer is right around the corner and I promised prior to spring that I’d be diving into each season to help understand and maintain your garden.
We’re weeks away from the seasons changing and it won’t be long before temperatures begin to spike. When that happens sometimes it can feel like we’re spending more hours managing our garden than we have to give.
I have to admit I actually enjoy the warmer temperatures. They don’t really begin to bother me until about the middle of August because that’s when I notice the impact they’re having on my garden.
However, I do appreciate by July new grass growth has slowed down and if I’ve prepped everything correctly in June then I’m not really spending as many hours working in the garden as most.
Work Smarter Theory
I have this theory to work smarter not harder but most of all, let nature work for me.
To keep up, I try to keep things as simple as possible. That’s probably no big surprise as my focus remains to enjoy life more while doing the things I love.
So, I put together an easy to follow guide for summer garden care tips. You can get this free download when you subscribe to Garden Up Green in your welcome email.
You’ll also gain access to our Resource Library; this is for subscribers and includes additional free downloads and resources I use here at GUG. I’m always adding to the library and I’d like to invite you to join us here.
But most of all I want you know that Summer gardening doesn’t have to be overwhelming, it’s a time to really enjoy the beauty planting brings into our lives.
Let summer be that time of looking ahead to the next batch of flower blossoms or the fresh produce and herbs that continue to bring forth that natural beauty we love.
My goal is to help you have a successful season by keeping things simple.
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- Includes my three simple care tips.
- We chat about creating a routine.
- With emphasis on stop feeling defeated once those temperatures rise.
Get these easy to implement tips to help maintain and enjoy your outdoor space. Get Summer Garden Care Tips here.