Judy's Garden Calendar June
What can a gardener do to acknowledge World Environment Day in early June? Why not plant a New Zealand native in the garden or start some pots of home-grown vegies?
For a complete guide to June gardening, refer to the articles below:
Freshly harvested cauliflower is so sweet, crunchy and crisp you can skip the cooking stage and simply break it up into small pieces to mix through a salad.
Gets rid of scales, mealy bugs, European red mite and two-spotted mites that are over-wintering in cracks in the bark or taking shelter under twigs and branches.