Hot temperatures means the right amount of water is crucial for plants. In many places in the United States, the first half of the summer is full of higher temperatures and lower humidity than the second half of the summer. As a result, watering strategies for a successful garden should be different in June than August. Garden design, soil type and plant age also play a role in watering schedules. Learn how to properly water new seeds, bulbs, herbs, vegetables, vines, shrubs and trees in our free live class on summer watering wisdom for elegant edibles, trees and plants!
Register now for the upcoming live event at an Agriscaping Yard in Phoenix near Central Ave and Northern Ave on Sunday, April 3rd at 3:00 pm.