- Keep insects like aphids, under control by spraying both upper and lower leaves with neem or pyola oil on a weekly cycle. Insects such as ladybugs also help.
- Prune all spring blooming bushes such as azaleas, rhododendrons and lilacs by mid-summer so that they can begin their new growth for next spring.
- Prune rose bushes after first bloom and pinch back summer and fall perennials to keep them healthy and stagger blooming times.
- Even during the heart of summer it is not to late to plant summer blooming bulbs like dahlias and quick-blooming summer seeds like sunflowers and cosmos.
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