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July Planting Tips

1st Week of July

  • Annuals, Perennials, Shrubs, and Trees
    • Keep an eye out for insects and diseases.

2nd Week of July

  • Annuals, Perennials, Shrubs, Trees, and Lawns
    • Continue your basic maintenance.  Water, Fertilize, Stake, and Train.
    • Watch Ivory Halo Dogwoods for drying up.  The leaves will curl, get black spots, and fall off if they do not receive adequate moisture through the hot months.
    • To conserve water allow established lawns to go dormant during hot dry periods.  Move the height of cut up to 3.5 inches plus and cut only as needed. 
    • Make sure new lawns and sod are watered to keep them green and growing until they have matured.

3rd Week of July

  • Trees, Perennials, and Shrubs
    • Pay attention to new plantings for water needs.
    • For a one time per year pruning of Arborvitaes, Yews, and Junipers do it now after new growth has expanded.

4th Week of July

  • Annuals, Trees, Perennials, Shrubs
    • Take pictures of things you like.
    • Be ready to start deadheading Day Lilies and Salvia as their blooms fade.
    • Touch up shrubs and hedges as they need it. 

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