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CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) –
We're into the month of June, and for most of us that means summer barbecues
and lazy days by the pool. Another great
thing about summer: the fresh produce. So
is it too late to get your own garden growing?
Jan Wallace of the
Sugar Creek Garden Center says if you're starting from scratch you've missed
out. "It's a little too late to start
from seeds, but one gallon tomatoes would be okay to plant now."
option is to start a small herb garden. "You
can start an herb garden anytime," says Wallace. Some will happily grow on a sunny windowsill
and will also grow wonderfully outside.
In any garden, making
sure the soil is rich in nutrients is important. If you're using an organic fertilizer or
compost, refertilize about every six weeks.
A product like Miracle Gro should be applied weekly.
Using compost, fertilizer
or mulch will also help to hold in water, although with hot and dry conditions
usually seen in summer, daily watering is recommended.