May should be a month of preparations for summer. This year it has been cooler than usual but that shouldn’t stop you. Early May is still too soon to plant most annual flowers like impatiens, begonias, coleus, and marigolds and so on. It’s a perfect time for perennials, on the other hand. Written by - Sharon Morissey, Consumer Horticulture Agent, Milwaukee County
If you are like many vegetable gardeners, you have transplants growing in your basement under artificial lights and are chomping at the bit to get those plants out into your garden. Before you do that, here are a few things to think about to make your summer vegetable garden more successful. Source - UW Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic
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