June 2022 Best Practices For Healthy Garden Checklist

June 2022 Best Practices For Healthy Garden Checklist
Click here to download the printable PDF

June 2022 Best Practices For Healthy Garden Checklist

Credit: University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources

June Checklist

      • This is a good time to plant beans, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, peppers, pumpkins (start now for Halloween), summer squash, and tomatoes. These warm-season plants need lots of irrigation: take this into consideration and plant only as many as you need and can water consistently all summer.

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        There are certain tools that every amateur horticulturist finds to be essential. There are so many tools and tricks to consider that it can be difficult to remember everything. So, to help you find the best tools for all of your upcoming gardening projects, we asked experienced gardeners about the gloves, boots, scissors, hoses, and shovels they rely on to grow healthy, beautiful, and delicious plants. Below are the top 3 gardening tools that experienced gardeners use the most. This list of three is for harboring your first garden so that you can be equipped throughout the year and make sure you have everything you need.

        1. Fiskars Ergo Garden Tool Set

        These are three of the most essential of all gardening tools. And they come packaged together in a convenient, economical set. It includes a garden trowel for excavating shallow holes and trenches, a three-tine cultivator for loosening up hard soil, and a measured transplanting trowel for digging holes to precise depths, which is especially important when planting bulbs.

        Other gardening toolsets to consider buying:

        2. Martha Stewart Hori-Hori Knife

        A great garden knife can handle a lot of chores, from digging to slicing through roots and chopping weeds. A hori-hori is a lightweight tool with a stainless-steel blade and a full tang (that is, the stainless steel extends into the handle so the blade won't bend or break). One edge of the blade is serrated for sawing, and the other is razor-sharp for cutting. It even comes with a leather sheath for storage.

        Other gardening knifes to consider buying:

        3. Felco Ergonomic Hand Pruner

        Swiss-made Felco pruners keep your landscape on the cutting edge. The long-lasting steel blade can be re-sharpened or replaced, and other replacement parts are widely available. The pruners make clean, smooth cuts up to one inch in diameter.

        Other gardening hand pruner to consider buying:

        • Check the irrigation system: Turn on the irrigation system and inspect sprinklers to see if they're working properly. Replace any broken heads; clean out clogged ones. To readjust a head that is misaligned, rotate the head until it sprays in the right direction.
        • Feed tomato plants with a low-nitrogen fertilizer when the fruit starts to develop; too much nitrogen encourages more foliage and less fruit. Mulch the tomato plants to conserve moisture.

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        June 2022 Best Practices For Healthy Garden Checklist

        June 2022 Best Practices For Healthy Garden Checklist
        Click here to download the printable PDF

        June 2022 Best Practices For Healthy Garden Checklist

        Credit: University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources

        June Checklist

            • This is a good time to plant beans, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, peppers, pumpkins (start now for Halloween), summer squash, and tomatoes. These warm-season plants need lots of irrigation: take this into consideration and plant only as many as you need and can water consistently all summer.

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              This post may contain affiliate links, which means we receive a commission if you purchase through our link, at no extra cost to you. Please read full disclosure here.

              There are certain tools that every amateur horticulturist finds to be essential. There are so many tools and tricks to consider that it can be difficult to remember everything. So, to help you find the best tools for all of your upcoming gardening projects, we asked experienced gardeners about the gloves, boots, scissors, hoses, and shovels they rely on to grow healthy, beautiful, and delicious plants. Below are the top 3 gardening tools that experienced gardeners use the most. This list of three is for harboring your first garden so that you can be equipped throughout the year and make sure you have everything you need.

              1. Fiskars Ergo Garden Tool Set

              These are three of the most essential of all gardening tools. And they come packaged together in a convenient, economical set. It includes a garden trowel for excavating shallow holes and trenches, a three-tine cultivator for loosening up hard soil, and a measured transplanting trowel for digging holes to precise depths, which is especially important when planting bulbs.

              Other gardening toolsets to consider buying:

              2. Martha Stewart Hori-Hori Knife

              A great garden knife can handle a lot of chores, from digging to slicing through roots and chopping weeds. A hori-hori is a lightweight tool with a stainless-steel blade and a full tang (that is, the stainless steel extends into the handle so the blade won't bend or break). One edge of the blade is serrated for sawing, and the other is razor-sharp for cutting. It even comes with a leather sheath for storage.

              Other gardening knifes to consider buying:

              3. Felco Ergonomic Hand Pruner

              Swiss-made Felco pruners keep your landscape on the cutting edge. The long-lasting steel blade can be re-sharpened or replaced, and other replacement parts are widely available. The pruners make clean, smooth cuts up to one inch in diameter.

              Other gardening hand pruner to consider buying:

              • Check the irrigation system: Turn on the irrigation system and inspect sprinklers to see if they're working properly. Replace any broken heads; clean out clogged ones. To readjust a head that is misaligned, rotate the head until it sprays in the right direction.
              • Feed tomato plants with a low-nitrogen fertilizer when the fruit starts to develop; too much nitrogen encourages more foliage and less fruit. Mulch the tomato plants to conserve moisture.

              Top 25 Must Haves Gardening Tools: PDF Download

              Click here to download the PDF First Garden Top 25 Must Haves Essential Gardening Tools Checklist.

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