July Gardening Checklist
1. Freshen Up Container Gardens
We grow a fresh crop of colorful annuals just for summertime, perfect for replacing a few plants from spring container gardens as needed.
2. Harvest Vegetables
Enjoy the harvest and try new recipes! If you didn’t have the time or space to grow your own food this season, stop by our pick-your-own vegetable field on a Saturday between July 16 – August 27, from 11-2pm.
3. Remove Invasive Plants
Invasive plants are those that are not native to our area and spread quickly, resulting in a variety of ecological impacts.
Here are a few resources to learn more:
4. Keep Weeding!
Stay on top of weeding, and be sure not to let them go to seed.
5. Visit Other Gardens
Get connected with your neighbors or gardening friends and visit each other’s gardens for inspiration.
A few public gardens to check out are:
Phipp’s Conservatory and Botanic Gardens