Home and Garden To-Do for May
It's time for the second fertilizing of the lawn, and also time to fertilize roses, other perennials, and annuals.
Keep planting your vegetables in weekly or bi-weekly intervals, and start thinning out the established vegetables for stronger growth.
Prune spring-flowering shrubs such as forsythia, and remove flower heads from lilacs after bloom.
Prune evergreens and hedges.
Start pinching back chrysanthemums for a greater show of blooms in the fall.
You can still plant perennials or start them from seed.
Want to know more about maintaining your home? Just ask me, I'll be happy to help.