2. Pick veggies, such as runner beans, french beans, peas regularly, which will encourage the plants to produce more fruits. Biggest is not always best, small and sweet is often the best.
3. If you have an abundance of veggies, why not invite some friends over for a B.B.Q. and utilize the extra fruit and veggies in a salad/meal.
4. August can be a fairly dry month, regular, consistent watering, particularly of seedlings, potted plants and hanging baskets may be required. Don't get dehydrated, have a drink yourself too.
5. Taking cutting from half hardy bedding plants is a good idea this month.
6. If the weather has been particularly dry add mulches around beds and borders to aid water retention.
7. Watch out for signs of late blight on tomatoes/potato plants. Remove any infected plants and burn or bag and bin them, d…