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June

Want Fall Color? Still Time to Sow Flowers
Here are 10 popular choices for late-summer blooms -- some of them edible -- that you can still plant from seed in late June.
Sow Summer Cover Crops
Summer cover crops can help you build soil for fall and winter veggie gardens. You'll get biomass for your compost, nutrients for your soil and flowers for attracting beneficial insects.
Fight Tomato Late Blight With a Trellis
Learn how building a trellis will aid you in preventing late blight from attacking your tomato plants.
Planting Hot Crops this June
Get planting tips for getting the best out of your hot crops this summer.
Think Up and Over With Vertical Gardening
Make the best use of your growing space by adding vertical structures to the garden.
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