June gardening

Here in New Hampshire, it’s going to hit the upper 80’s today.

The Lupines are blooming on Sugar Hill in the northern part of the state, and here on the seacoast we are enjoying the wonderful flowers of the Iris, Peony, Rose, and Clematis plants just to name a few.

If you happen to decide to skip weeding this weekend and prefer to sit in your favorite chair and enjoy the summer weather, here is some reading material you may find interesting.

Happy reading or gardening, and if you come up with a gardening question this weekend, don’t worry, just head on over to Ask UNH Extension.



Strafford County Master Gardeners Association, part of the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, is fifty+ gardeners strong, educating through gardening in Strafford County New Hampshire.
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2 Responses to June gardening

  1. Laurie Graves says:

    Took a look at hosta of the year and learned something new. Some hostas are actually slug resistant. Wish I had more of those hostas in my garden!

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  2. Oddment says:

    What an image! Those lupines are elegant, and that expanse of land with the hills and clouds is enough to make one want to take a deep breath.

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