Hot days and warm nights are at a premium this year. Blue skies and dry days are great for the kids on summer vacation, but it can very stressful on your lawn and the trees and shrubs. Make sure that you are watering regularly to prevent any irreversible damage to your landscape. Watch out for weevils chomping on your rhodies, and aphids can be everywhere. Keep in mind, holding back water to save the earth results in less carbon dioxide taken in by green growing plants conversely lowering the oxygen being released. Maintained grass needs at least 1 inch of water per week to stay green and 1 inch per month to survive. One should try to achieve this amount in no more than 3 waterings per week. Careful observation of the obvious will guide you. Most plants will let you know.
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