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Calendar - June
May 31 - June 6 - 1st week of June
 
Blooming shrubs that need little water when they're mature include abelia, bottlebrush, broom, ceanothus, cotoneaster, crape myrtle, grevillea, oleander, pittosporum, pyracantha, raphiolepis, rockrose (cistus), and strawberry bush.
 
June 7 - June 13 - 2nd week of June
 
Blooming shrubs that need little water when they're mature include abelia, bottlebrush, broom, ceanothus, cotoneaster, crape myrtle,grevillea, oleander, pittosporum, pyracantha, raphiolepis, rockrose (cistus), and strawberry bush.
 
June 14 - June 20 - 3rd week of June
 
Water the garden deeply every week or two, depending on how consistently hot the weather has been and whether plant roots have grown deep into the soil. Tomatoes and other large plants in clay loam soil use about 1 foot of water in three days of hot, dry weather. Some wilting of foliage at the end of a hot, dry day is to be expected, but wilting through to the following morning indicates the immediate need for a deep watering for the roots.
 
June 21 - June 27 - 4th week of June
 
Fuchsias are growing like crazy now. Keep the branch tips pinched back to the next set of leaves to promote abundant flowering. Fuchsias are heavy feeders so pour on the fertilizer.
 
 
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