The late summer garden is just as challenging as an early spring garden. Be diligent about watering and pruning your summer flowers and vegetables, and read on to get expert tips on planting fall crops.
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Summer is stressful on lawns. Stay a step ahead with double-duty fertilizers with insect control.
As temperatures soar in mid-summer, you can have problems with pests, like insects that attack your plants, or deer that demolish them. Sometimes, drought conditions lead to problems of excessive heat and too little water. Get tips for summer survival for your vegetable and herb gardens.
Plant summer bulbs now for blooms all season long.
Water thirsty vegetables in the heat of summer for successful growing and a bigger harvest.
Even as you reap the rewards of a well-tended garden, prudent gardeners will prepare for fall, probably the easiest garden season of all. Learn more about gardening in your region.
Transform your porch with a beach-y makeover that says, “Hello, summer.”
Take steps now to rejuvenate your garden and help it survive summer.
Inspect your summer landscape and make sure it’s ready for unpredictable storms.
Late summer is a great time to plant easy-to-grow, tropical flower bulbs like callas and lilies.
You’ll get more boom out of blooms by fertilizing and deadheading flowers. Feeding makes plants bigger and more disease- and pest-resistant.