Out in the O-Garden

Newsletter July 2018

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The heat is here.  Keeping gardens watered, mulched and fed can be a full time job, and then there are the bugs.

Out in the O-Garden Newsletter July 2018

Flies are a real nuisance sometimes.  I've found that they go in phases, one year it will be wasps, the next horn or face flies, then mosquitoes.  For the face flies, here's my go to;

How to Kill Flies

Tomato plants have certain requirements.  Heat? Check.  Prewarmed (tempered) water?  Check.  Nutrients and the right pH? Check.

How to Plant Tomatoes

Apple and pear trees need pruning first thing in the spring before the leaves emerge, but plum, apricot and peach trees should be left until the sap is not so high, in the later summer months.  Like now.

Fruit Tree Pruning

Interested in attracting more bees to your garden? They are becoming more and more fragile as their ecosystem takes a turn for the worse - use these tips to make sure your garden is friendly to them;

Bee Friendly Gardening Tips

I hope you've enjoyed this issue of Out in the O-Garden Newsletter.  Stay tuned for more as the seasons change.  See you then!





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