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Perennials

Perennials

Victory Garden's: What’s Growing This Weekend
with Paul Epsom

Late June and early July are great times to find and plant flowering perennials—plants like spirea, Shasta daisies, day lily and Iris.

Pruning

Pruning

Victory Garden's: What’s Growing This Weekend
with Paul Epsom

It's time to get those shears out and start pruning. While you may think pruning is mostly a late summer/early fall activity – I have news for you – the time is now! 

Raised Beds

Raised Beds

Victory Garden's: What’s Growing This Weekend
with Paul Epsom

We're talking about raised beds. Raised beds make gardening easier, there's just no doubt about that. It's easier to control the soil, the drainage. It's also easier to reach—for anyone who is tired of crawling around in the dirt.

Trees

Trees

Victory Garden's: What’s Growing This Weekend
with Paul Epsom

We're talking about trees. Early June is the perfect time to plant potted or ball-and-burlap trees—especially fruit trees.

Annuals

Annuals

Victory Garden's: What’s Growing This Weekend
with Paul Epsom

The best time to plant annuals depends on the specific plant and your climate. Annuals are designated as "cool-season" and "warm-season," based on their hardiness and ability to grow in cool soils.

Herbs and Vegetables

Herbs and Vegetables

Victory Garden's: What’s Growing This Weekend
with Paul Epsom

When the temperatures reach over 65 degrees you can set out seedlings and sow seeds outdoors for tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, beans, corn, cucumbers, potatoes, squash, and most vegetables. 


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Deer in New England can pose many problems got your gardens and, unfortunately, there is no silver bullet. If there is one word that kind of summarizes what you must do when it comes to deer, it's consistency.

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