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WHAT TO DO IN THE GARDEN IN THE MONTH OF JULY

July is the month of the calyx, which ends with the first thunderstorms of August, in the countryside after the harvest the fields are set in fallow with the plowing, the garden still collect fruits and vegetables while the gardens go through a critical period and should be checked irrigation.

FALLING MOON

WHAT TO DO IN THE GARDEN

Sowing chards from the coast and cutting are sown, cabbages are then transplanted tomatoes, cutting and coast biete, fennels, endives and lettuces.

Watermelons, melons and cucumbers are cormed and green fertilizers are grown.

WHAT TO DO IN THE GARDEN
The faded shrubs are cutted, the most gourned branches of the rosebushes are pruned at the base, and at a third the faded branches of the roses, the perennial weeds withered and the evergreen hedges are cut to keep the shape.
If you do not have a drip system, manually water plants and shrubs regularly; the land is being prepared for the sowing of the new lawn.

WHAT TO DO IN THE ORCHARD
The apple and pear juices are eliminated, and summer pruning of cherry, peach and apricot is carried out; the drupaceous grafted to a dormant bud.

CRESCENT MOON

WHAT TO DO IN THE GARDEN

Sowing bean, string bean, radish, parsley and courgette outdoors;
they are transplanted, autumn cabbage, endive, Chioggia radicchio and celery. the cabbage, bean, aubergines and peppers are hoisted and strawberries are planted

WHAT TO DO IN THE GARDEN
The bulbous and tuberous plants with autumn bloom are planted, the biennial species are sown and the perennials to be transplanted in spring.
You can sage and lavender, and if you want you can dry lavender flowers hanging them in bunches upside down.
You can make margots and cuttings of light and semi-woody plants, chit the young chrysanthemums and divide and transplant the iris bulbs.

FRUTTETO: July is the moment of harvest …
WE COLLECT: watermelons, thistle, carrots, cucumbers, ripe onion bulbs, basil, chard from the coast, cauliflower, beans, string beans, lettuce, peas, celery, all aromatics, melons, eggplant, cucumber, peppers, tomatoes and zucchini.
They begin to ripen berries to make tasty jams.

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