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27th June

Cut Rose Suckers

When you're dead-heading roses with a pair of secateurs, make sure you also cut off any suckers - the long stalks with no flowers that grow vigorously from the very base of rose plants. They are ugly, and divert valuable energy resources from your plants.

 
 
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Steady with Watering
2nd
Indoors, Outdoors
3rd
Sow Seeds for Organic Gardening
4th
Trim Clematis Montana
5th
Tomato Plants
6th
Feed Your Fuchsias
7th
Looking After Indoor Cyclamen
8th
Plant Out Your Brussels Sprouts
9th
Keep Sowing Salads
10th
Check for Mildew
11th
Net Your Soft Fruit
12th
Plant Aquatics
13th
Deadhead Rhododendrons
14th
Peg Strawberry Runners
15th
Take CuttingsFrom Alpines
16th
Beetroot Alert
17th
Hoe Regulary
18th
Aphids on Honeysuckle
19th
Prune Ceanothus
20th
Pinch Out Broad Beans
21st
Put Out Tomato Plants
22nd
End of the Asparagus Season
23rd
Trim Hardy Geraniums
24th
Pot Plant Rescue
25th
Stake Your Dahlias
26th
Attend to Tomato Plants
27th
Cut Rose Suckers
28th
Keep the Greenhouse Ventilated
29th
Plant Out Winter Greens
30th
Time for Taking Cuttings

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