- Check your sprinklers - If you have an automatic sprinkler system, check that it is functionally properly. Having a professional take a look at it is a good idea.
- Provide some shade - Having some big shade trees in your yard not only gives you a place to get out of the heat, but also your plants.
- Deadhead and trim - Help keep your plants happy by removing old spend blooms and dead branches. This will allow for good airflow around and through the plant.
Summer Plant Health Care | Ellicott City MD
Spring has come and gone, the flowers are all blooming and the grass is green. We are now approaching the hotter summer months were there is fun in the sun, BBQ parties, and swimming. You might enjoy the warmer weather, but to your plants this can be a stressful time. Here are some suggestions to help with your plants health care during these hot months.
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