Early Summer





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Email anytime for more information on our services and gardening classes -

Evelyn @ GardenPossibilities. com




Highlights of helpful gardening articles here to explore -

Coping with the 
dastardly Lily beetle.

Shrub Pruning Tips

Black Walnut allelopathy
and the toxin, Juglone

Winter Garden Protection

Seed starting 

Correct planting of 
new trees & shrubs

Increasing Drought Tolerance.

"Low"maintenance gardening?


Spring Early Summer High Summer Autumn Winter



Bits 'n bites on
things to do, or
things happening,
in the June / July garden. 
Articles here are
collected from
my "Dirty Knees"
newsletter and
some of my
seminars, and appear
 in no particular order.


Index to a few highlights here in Early Summer Notes for Zone 4 gardeners.

(why is this page blank you ask?! 
There's SOOOOOO much to do at this time of year I never have time to write anything!

I plan to put in a solid effort though for 2012 so you can hopefully visit here frequently for timely advice.) 












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consultations - design & planting - expert shrub pruning - garden maintenance - workshops and classes. 
Over 25 years experience designing, creating, maintaining, talking about, teaching, and writing about, perennial plants and gardens!

This type of loose topiary, or bonsai-like pruning is the best thing to do with an old overgrown evergreen, instead of ripping it out.Email:   Evelyn@GardenPossibilities.com

GARDEN POSSIBILITIES  Perennial Garden Services
Evelyn Wolf, garden consultant,  905 478-7395 or cell 289-716-1408
                               your perennial garden expert

20507 Leslie St.  (NE corner of Leslie & Queensville Sdrd.  By appt. only please.). 
Queensville (East Gwillimbury), Ontario, L0G 1R0  

All photos and articles Evelyn Wolf, 2017.