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What To Do in the Garden this June

As the chill of winter settles in the gardens of Brisbane & the Redlands transform into a sanctuary of beauty. The cooler weather means that June is a great month to embrace the outdoors and immerse yourself in the garden. So join Nicholas and the team at Capalaba Produce as we explore what to do in the garden this June.

What to do in the flower garden this June

June is the perfect time to introduce beautiful cool loving plants into your garden. It’s a great time to plant winter-blooming annuals like pansies, violas, primulas, and snapdragons. These beautiful plants thrive throughout winter and bring vibrant colour and life to your winter flower garden. The nursery at Capalaba Produce has a beautiful range of potted colour and annuals that will look perfect in your garden this winter.

What to do in the veggie patch this June

Growing your own food at home throughout winter in Brisbane is fantastic! June is a great month to plant classic winter vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower, brussels sprouts, lettuce, kale, and of course cabbages. If you’re curious about growing cabbages make sure to check out last weeks blog here. These cold loving vegetables will flourish in the cooler months bringing you a harvest throughout winter and into early spring. Just make sure your garden bed gets enough sunlight and water them adequately to encourage healthy growth.

maintenance in the garden this June

Take advantage of the cooler weather by pruning your spring and summer flowering trees and shrubs. Pruning your trees and shrubs during the cooler months encourages healthy growth when the weather starts to warm up again. Be sure to remove any dead or damaged branches to maintain the health of your plants. If you have any questions about pruning your trees and shrubs feel free to pop down to Capalaba Produce and ask our friendly nursery staff.

Make sure to keep your garden looking great by continuing to weed and mulch your garden. The growth of weeds is slower during the cooler months, making it easier to stay on top of them. Applying a fresh layer of mulch will not only help suppress weed growth but have your garden beds looking great. Capalaba Produce has a huge range of mulches from Rocky Point, Searles and more to suit every garden.

As the cooler weather settles in it’s time to take advantage of your garden. Embrace the seasonal colour and vegetables, and focus on maintaining your garden. By taking care of your garden throughout June you’ll not only be creating a beautiful outdoor space but preparing for the growth and life that comes with spring.

Happy gardening from Nicholas and the team at Capalaba Produce!

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