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HORTICULTURAL CALENDAR

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                  APRIL

  • General clean-up

  • Pick up faded leaves and dead wood, remove winter protection, etc.

  • Prune the shrubs that will bloom during the summer

  • Prune roses and fruit trees (apple, peach, plum)

  • Aerate your land

                  May

  • Start mowing the lawn (as soon as the lawn begins to grow)

  • Start the different lawn treatments

  • Weeding flower beds

  • Clean the beds by removing all the weeds

  • Adding compost at the base of perennials

  • Adding mulch to flower beds

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              August

  • Second pruning of cedars and cedar hedges

  • Plant the conifers in the middle of the month

  • Buy spring flowering bulbs for perennials

            September

  • Avoid planting seedlings, they will perish during the winter

  • Divide the perennials

  • Tuck in patio plants

  • Make cuttings for annuals kept in winter

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                 June

  • First size cedars and cedar hedges

  • Be careful not to cut the lawn excessively short

  • Do not water in direct sunlight or during the hottest hours

                 July

  • Prune shrubs that have bloomed in recent weeks

  • Be careful not to cut the lawn excessively short

  • Do not water in direct sunlight or during the hottest hours

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      October November

  • Closure of the field

  • Picking up the dead leaves

  • Install winter protection to protect shrubs

  • Cut back perennials

  • Remove annuals

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