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Gardeners To Do List For June

*Fertilize annual flowers and vegetables with your favorite fertilize type to assure continued vigor.
*Check crape myrtles for aphids throughout the summer
*Check ornamentals, flowers, and vegetables for spider mites, prevalent in warm months.
*Watch for bagworms on junipers, arborvitae and other conifers, treat as needed.
*Watch for webworms on trees, especially pecans and mulberries, and treat as necessary.
*Apply fungicide as necessary to control black spot and powdery mildew on roses.
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Oxalis Versicolor They look like candy canes. I wonder if they taste like sugar.
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Gardeners To Do List For May

Finish planting black-eyed peas, cantaloupe, cucumber, eggplant, green beans (pole or bush type), lima beans, okra, peppers, pumpkin, sweet corn, sweet potato, squash and watermelon. Plant perennial herbs in prepared soil or containers.
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Gardeners To Do List For April
Pruning
Prune spring blooming shrubs and vines after they finish flowering.
Allow foliage on spring bulbs to die back and dry before removing, so it can store food for next year
Shade trees may be pruned. However, do not prune live oaks and red oaks between Feb. 15 and June 30
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Gardeners To Do List For June

Plant Care
Pay special attention to the water needs of new lawns, trees, and ornamentals as hot dry weather sets in. Water in the early morning hours (3 AM to 8 AM) to minimize fungal problems and reduce evaporation.
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Planting

Continue to plant warm season turf grasses (Bermuda, St. Augustine, and Zoysia)

Plant ground covers and tropical and warm season annuals such as begonia, hibiscus, periwinkle, portulaca, purslane, salvia, zinnia, coleus, Mexican heather, gomphrena, and caladiums.
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9 plants that bug bugs — including mosquitoes

1.Marigolds. Plant some marigolds in the garden among your squash, melons and tomatoes or near open windows and doorways where mosquitoes might be tempted to enter.
2.Lavender. Lavender has a pleasant scent that comes from the essential oils in the leaves of the plant, but the bugs hate it. Hang some dried lavender in your closet and you won’t have to worry about moths eating your clothes.
3.Lemon Grass. Lemon grass tolerates heat and drought but not frost. So in most areas, it’s best planted in a pot that can be moved indoors in winter.
4. Garlic. Planting garlic around the garden also will ward off other insects and creepy crawlers. Garlic extract sprayed in your garden is harmless to plants, but bugs don’t like that garlic odor.
5. Rosemary. It has a pungent scent that drives away other bugs, including cabbage moths. It does well in hot dry weather, and thrives in containers, so you can set it in various places around the garden.
6. Basil. Basil’s strong smell keeps mosquitoes away. And if you put a potted basil plant near your picnic table, you won’t have to worry as much about flies either.
7. Catnip. Some studies show that catnip is 10 times more effective than DEET, the chemical formally known as N,N-diethyl-meta-toluamide and found in most commercial insect repellents.
8. Petunias. These annuals add a bright splash of color to any landscape, but the funnel-shaped blossoms also have a licorice-like scent that repels many insect pests, including aphids, tomato hornworms and squash bugs.But do keep an eye on these flowers because other crawly garden pests are attracted to petunias, including slugs and caterpillars.
9. Mint. It’s a beautiful plant that smells and tastes great to people, but ants and mice absolutely hate it. It can spread quickly in the garden and is hard to remove, so you might want to keep it in a pot.
Put some containers of mint around your patio or in your garden, and it will ward off other insects, including mosquitoes.
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A landscape overhaul on the front yard of Mrs: Kats Residence in Arlington
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Gardeners To Do List For May
Planting

Plant caladiums and elephant ears as night temperatures reach 70 degrees.
Plant ground covers and hot weather annuals such as periwinkles, portulaca, salvia, zinnias, and coleus.
Tropical color plants including hibiscus, Allamanda, bougainvillea and mandevilla may be planted now.
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Hollow out loaf of stale bread, poke in a pencil for roost and the birds will love it.
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Arlington, TX 76015
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Dan Lamers
4 months ago
We have been using Baldi for several years now. The crew does a great job, if you want something special done, all you have to do is ask. Management is also great, they visit you several times a year just to be sure you are still happy or if there are any special needs or requests. Would whole-heartedly endorse!