Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

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Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Somewhat tour of what is rising now in my yard backyard.

“Focus on the positive.”

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Photos taken on June 16

 

It’s really easy for me to take a look at the photographs above and let you know the whole lot that is fallacious. I’m making an attempt actually onerous to go outdoors on a regular basis and deal with one thing good, one thing that is rising and flowers which are blooming.

It could be a problem generally. 

Gardens are consistently altering. 

 

All of my tomatoes are lastly planted within the raised beds, containers and hanging basket. They all made it by means of the bizarre chilly snap we had.

I used to be coping with some ugly purple leaves and some harassed tomatoes. With a bit little bit of trimming and a few additional love, they bouced again!

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Micro Tomato ‘Orange Hat’

 

This is my first 12 months rising micro tomatoes in hanging baskets and small pots. They are doing actually nice!

I made certain to make use of premium potting combine with perlite and different useful substances like peat moss.

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Cascading cherry tomato ‘Tumbling Tom Yellow’

 

I additionally added worm castings and made certain to feed per week after planting. Since then, I’ve additionally added some magnesium (epsom salt) and cow manure from a neighborhood farm. 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Micro cherry tomato ‘Micro Tom’

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Harvesting the primary cherry tomato of the season.

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

In this tomato mattress: tomato ‘Husky Cherry Red’, onion chives, candy basil and French marigolds

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Climbing rose ‘Golden Showers’

 

I’ve been coping with two main issues this 12 months with my roses. 

Number 1 – aphids. Those little suckers drive me loopy. I launched ladybugs as a pure methodology to manage these pests.

Number 2 – sawfly. Ugh, these bugs do main beauty injury to the leaves of the vegetation. I’ve been trimming again any areas which are affected. 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

I assumed this imperfect bloom was fairly and distinctive.

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

The arbor is not in bloom this week, however the aphids and the sawflies are lastly below management.

Can you notice the hen? (Dot says whats up!) 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Common sage in full bloom

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

This was a complete shock! Usually my pineapple sage would not begin blooming till late September/early October. I’m all for an early flower!

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Basil ‘Boxwood’ 

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Harvesting Chocolate mint to dry

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Thyme ‘Foxley’

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

I used to be so excited to search out some distinctive herbs just like the thyme proven above and Oregano ‘Kent Beauty’ at my native Weston Nurseries.

 

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Dot stepping on my oregano, messing up the soil in my tomato mattress, residing her finest life.

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

You can name me a vendor of kinds. One of my many neighborhood purchasers stopping by for some catnip.

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

I completely love water gardens. Floating vegetation, snails and water lilies make me so joyful.

I put this collectively on a wet day and began out with simply the bucket and a water lily plant.

Then, I added some big floating duckweed, purple rotala, a water hyacinth (that got here with some pond snails), driftwood and a few fancy grasses.

The image above was taken one week in! 

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Water hyacinth blooming

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

I’ve many alternative flowers and herbs rising in containers.

They embody Tuscan blue rosemary, pineapple sage, rue, parsley, basil, lantana, daisies, dahlias, nasturtiums, scabiosa, poppies and plenty of extra.

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Chenille plant also called the pink catarpillar plant 

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Proven Winners Lantana ‘Luscious Citrus Blend’ 

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

The strawberry pot

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Leaf lettuce ‘Red Sails’ rising within the GreenStalk Garden

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Throwback to Nellie on prime of the GreenStalk. Can you imagine how huge the lettuce has develop into?

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Scabiosa & my one-eyed backyard snail

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Pincushion scabiosa

 

I’m making an attempt to make the most of each little bit of house I’ve within the veggie backyard this 12 months. You can develop a lot extra in such a bit quantity of house while you develop vertically. I’m actually having fun with all the additional flowers and herbs.

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Proven Winners bacopa ‘Snowstorm Giant Snowflake’, calibrachoa ‘Superbells Coral Sun’ Umbrella Grass ‘Baby Tut’ and a few micro toms

 

 

 

The pea tunnel is doing exceptionally nicely proper now. Last 12 months was a significant fail with peas, so that is very encouraging!

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Throwback to May 24

 

The chipmunks and squirrels would not depart my small seedlings alone final 12 months. That, mixed with some unhealthy climate, made for a tragic quantity of vegetation that truly made it to June. 

This 12 months, the critters have moved on to my corn and squash, making it practically not possible for me to develop any seedlings with out some form of disruption. I’m used to it although, and I’m making one of the best of what I’ve.

Every 12 months there’s a stand out crop and a crop that does not accomplish that nicely. 

I’m engaged on focusing my sights on what IS rising and never what ISN’T rising. 

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

2017 AAS Edible-Vegetable Winner Seychelles pole bean seedlings rising. This is my second 12 months rising this superb selection. 

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Loving my new metallic tomato signal by Rusty Birds Shop on Etsy

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Here is my new customized Tomato Alley signal from Blacknot Farm on Etsy

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Cucumber ‘Bush Slicer’ seedlings

 

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Red cabbage, kale and thyme

 

I’m utilizing the thyme on this mattress as a companion plant to repell cabbage worms. So far, it is working nice!

 

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Arugula ‘Rocket’, lettuce and dill

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Bean planting day. I really like rising Scarlet runner beans yearly, so I figured I’d swap it up and take a look at these Sunset runner beans.

 

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Strawberry spinach is such a novel plant to develop

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

The perennial backyard that surrounds the entrance of my fence consists of mock orange, lavender, roses, lilacs, butterfly weed, marguirite daisies, cat mint, chives, heliantus, yarrow, coreopsis, hops, clematis, Russian sage and extra.

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

English lavender ‘Vincenza Blue’

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Proven Winners rose ‘Oso Easy Double Red’

 

Garden Update: What’s Growing This June

Marguerite daisies and yarrow

 

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Clematis ‘Jackmanii’

 

So that is whats rising in my yard backyard this June. How’s your backyard doing? What’s blooming in your yard proper now? Let me know within the remark part under. Happy gardening! 

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