June is the pinnacle of gardening.
From maintenance and upkeep, to planning your fall gardening – now is when gardeners are spending the most time on their gardens. University of Illinois Extension Horticulture Educator Andrew Holsinger says to keep an eye out for weeds.
To limit the amount of time you spend picking weeds, Holsinger recommends applying mulch to your garden bed.
If you have evergreens, watch out for bag worms.
Even though it’s not even officially summer, it is time to think about your fall gardening.
Learn more at extension.illinois.edu. Holsinger appeared as a guest on the WTIM Morning Show.