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Alright, this week’s tip is to plant some Morning Glory’s, and if you have never planted Morning Glory before, they are just a wonderful plant. These vines can be planted right through the first couple of weeks in June you can really put this in, and they will climb and climb some more. I have some going up to 20 feet high on a telephone pole every year; people drive by and see the wonderful blue color. They are absolutely spectacular if you feed them and feed them some more. They will certainly perform for you all season long.
As long as we are talking about other tips, one thing you want to do, be weeding your gardens. You got to weed, and weed consistently. There are a lot of weeds in the garden right now because of all the nice weather we have had, followed by all the rain. So, continue to weed. And also cut back any dead stem. This time of the year, if something has not come back for you it is probably not going to, so, it is a good idea to take it out and replace with something fun. It is a good chance to put in a new plant. So, that is this weeks tips here at growingwisdom.com. Come back next week for a new set of tips.