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Gardening with Confidence® added this to Southeast Gardener: What to Do in July
Cut back annuals: Cut back summer annuals so they don’t get leggy. A good time to do this is right before you go on vacation; this way, you will be gone as the plants get a fresh start. Petunias benefit from this kind of summer pinch. This cutback from the ends of the stems encourages branching, resulting in a bushier plant.
Southeast. "Cut back summer annuals so they don’t get leggy," suggests North Carolina garden writer Helen Yoest. "A good time to do this is right before you go on vacation; this way, you will be gone as the plants get a fresh start. Petunias benefit from this kind of summer pinch. This cutback from the ends of the stems encourages branching, resulting in a bushier plant."Get her Southeast July checklistMore: See more regional gardening guides

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designerparexcellance added this to designerparexcellance's ideas
July 2, 2014
Colors and variety
rdennis60 added this to Exterior Ideas
July 2, 2014
Mid-Atlantic. "Whether you are snipping coneflowers for arrangements, gathering lavender for bath salts or finishing up the basil, July is a month of abundance," writes garden writer Amy Renea. "Keep deadheading and snipping leafy herbs for more production into fall, and keep thug weeds such as bindweed out of the garden. "
Cindy Littlejohn added this to Gardening
July 2, 2014
Cut back summer annuals that are leggy just before we go on vacation. Gives them a fresh start
millhouse2 added this to outdoor ideas
June 1, 2014
july..cut back annuals petunias need to be cut back for a fresh start
clinden added this to Gardening
July 28, 2013
Annual colour combo
Lillian Smith added this to garden
June 30, 2013
Southeast. "Cut back summer annuals so they don’t get leggy," suggests North Carolina garden writer Helen Yoest. "A good time to do this is right before you go on vacation; this way, you will be gone as the plants get a fresh start. Petunias benefit from this kind of summer pinch. This cutback from the ends of the stems encourages branching, resulting in a bushier plant."
tysonel added this to Exterior Ideas
May 11, 2013
flowers
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