2. Hoe out any annual weeds but make sure perennial weeds are completely removed including their roots.
3. June is usually the perfect time to plant out those veggies and tender plants being kept protected from late frosts and cold weather, but don't forget to sow & plant veggies in succession to avoid any gluts.
4. Lift & divide overgrown flowering bulbs for example daffodils.
5. Newly planted trees and hedging will benefit from being kept weed free.
6. Give strawberries a potassium rich fertilizer weekly whilst they are fruiting.
7. Don't forget to nip out the side shoots from your tomato plants.
8. After "the June drop" if you think fruits are still too thickly clustered together, thin out a few more fruits to give the remaining fruits room to develop.
9. If you are unlucky enough to have horsetail growing in your garden or plots, try making some use of it. Boil large amounts of it, let it cool and use the resultant liquid as a spray. (At your own discretion).
2. Sow the following: French Beans, Runner Beans, Beetroot, Cabbage, Cauliflowers, Chicory, Courgettes, Cucumbers, Endive, Kohl-rabi, Marrows, Squashes, Swedes, Sweetcorn and Turnips.
3. Successional sowing of certain seeds, should be done throughout the Summer.
2. Keep weeds down, hoeing will aid water to soak in also.
3. Salad crops should be ready for harvesting, along with other early crops.
4. Check Lettuce/Brassicas for slugs/snails especially after rain or watering.