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Growing Indoors or under glass in June

Overview:

It should be quite safe at this time of year to move many tender plant varieties outdoors for the summer.

It is also a good time to replace the compost in many House plants, and to commence Feeding Programmes.

Many young plants will be developing and may require stopping to promote bushyness and flower production.

 

Week 23 - 3rd Jun. to 9th Jun.

Keep Temperatures and Humidity in check.

Similarly check for Pests.

Deadhead flowering plants to prolong the flowering period.

Re-pot House plants as required.

Set Cyclamen pots on edge in a sheltered spot after flowering.

Take Aeonium tip cuttings and/or leaf bud cuttings.

Feed Calathea, Draceana.

Move potted Calceolaria, Canna, outdoors for the summer.

 

Week 24 - 10th Jun. to 16th Jun.

Pot up late Chrysanthemums.

Pinch out tip of Aubergine, Watermelon plants.

Tie in Cucumbers, Melon as necessary.

Stop (pinch out tips) Fuchsia, Melon,and Watermelon plants to encourage bushyness and more flowers.

Thin out Grapes.

Feed Mimosa, Pleione plants.

Move potted Azalea, Camellia, and Schlumbergera outdoors for the summer when all fear of late frosts has passed.

 

Week 25 - 17th Jun. to 223rd Jun.

Support Carnations if necessary.

Thin out fruit on Peach / Nectarine trees.

Move potted Datura outdoors for the summer.

 

Week 26 - 24th Jun. to 30th Jun.

Pot up pot grown Amaranthus plants.

Re-pot established Strelitzia plants every two or three years.

Plant out new Grape vines.

Remove side shoots from large Aubergine varieties.

Remove lower Tomato leaves to improve air circulation around plants.

Disbud Carnations.

Commence fortnightly feeding programme for Aubergines, Cucumbers, Watermelon.

 




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