by K. Marc Teffeau, Ph.D.
Garden and Landscape Care in June established before the hot dry months of July and August. Make sure to give the plants in your landscape a thorough soaking each week. Soak the ground; do not just sprinkle it lightly. Mulch to conserve moisture. It is also helpful to make a shallow depression around plants to collect water.
Itâ€™s hard to believe that June is here already, and the end of the first half of 2014 is approaching. Although we had somewhat of a wet spring this year, remember that it starts to dry out in June. Give those newly transplanted trees, shrubs and perennials adequate water so they can become
Proper watering and mulching are essential to ensure survival of your new transplants through the dry months of July and August. 81
Tidewater Times June 2014