As Spring sizzles into Summer, your vegetable planting focus must be on crops that thrive in proper heat.
Make sure you keep plenty of water up to plants as they mature. Mulch well to retain the moisture in the soil and for the really hot days, consider using a shade cloth to protect your plants from the worst of the sun's heat.
Here are a list of fruit and veggies that do well in our neck of the woods at this time of year:
Both garden soils and plants benefit from mulch. While you can mulch at any time of the year, doing so in autumn makes a lot of sense. Here are some tips to make sure your plants thrive after an application of organic mulch!
Once some of this water subsides, you might be in the market for some pavers or steppers to create walkways, outdoor living zones or definition around your home.