Climate Changes Mean That Flaming June Now Looks More Like Rainy April Flaming June is what the month of June used to be called, but in recent years with global warming, the climate and seasons seem to be changing all around the world.
BigNews.Biz - Jun 17,2012 - Flaming June is what the month of June used to be called, but in recent years with global warming, the climate and seasons seem to be changing all around the world, and June seems to have taken on the mantle of the usual weather pattern of April, rain and more rain.
The month of June is a popular month for weddings and let’s face it garden pests. June can be a beautiful month but no sooner do your garden plants peak than the bugs find them. This is a fact of gardening and gardeners seem to take on the role of policing for those little blighters.
Gardening is a rewarding hobby and can place food on the table, and keeping up your garden chores in June will lessen the load for the rest of the summer even if it is just to stay ahead of deadheading.
Weekends is a time for families in the UK when often parents are not at work and this is a favourite time to get out in the garden do a bit of weeding, or cutting back of some garden shrubs, spraying our favourite plants to keep those nasty pests at bay, and generally bringing the garden to pristine condition.
People enjoy various indoor and outdoor activities in the UK but nothing gives as much pleasure as being out in the garden, but a survey has shown that people in Britain spend about 45% of their free time watching television. It does not matter how small your garden the sheer pleasure of getting out there and watching nature do its best is amazing, even if you only have a balcony with a few container plants or a window box you can make the most of your space and bring colour and artistic value to where you live.
So much pleasure is achieved by making your garden come to life with bedding plants shrubs, and seeing things grow into tall beautiful flowers. Gardening is also very good for you plenty of fresh air, and weeding, hoeing, pruning, digging gives the body a whole workout.
Weeding is much easier when the ground is wet, so forget about the rain, you will be able to hook up the deep root, but just be careful not to pull up any garden seeds you have planted which of course unless you know your flowers through and through can easily be mistaken for a weed.
A spokesman for Blooming Direct a horticultural business based on the beautiful floral island of Jersey said “we are a family-run business with many years’ experience and extensive knowledge of both agricultural and horticultural industries and our website offers an online boutique style garden centre and florist shopping experience. You will find an exciting range of annual bedding plants with many new additions. Our plug plants are grown from seed on our very own nursery, and all orders to the UK are FREE”.
The British are known as a nation of gardeners and it does not