Glenside, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/03/2018 -- Liberty Tree & Landscape Management, the go-to tree surgeon for Montgomery County property owners, is offering a list of useful "dos and don'ts" to keep in mind when tending to summer landscaping activities.
This company is advising that gardening and landscaping enthusiasts plant hot season vegetables during the summer rather than their cool season counterparts. Hence their name, hot season vegetables, need both warmer soil and high temperatures to develop steadily. Traditional summer crops include corn, melons, cucumbers, peppers, squash, and tomatoes.
In contrast, cool-season vegetables such as lettuce, onions, carrots, and potatoes usually do best at temperatures around 15° colder than their counterparts and are capable of enduring periods of frost. If planted during the warm season, cool-season vegetables can often turn bitter-tasting or even inedible. Along the same lines, Liberty Tree & Landscape Management suggests planting seasonal flowers that will flourish in the summer climate.
Liberty Tree & Landscape Management also advises watering one's plants and vegetables only when needed, and to avoid watering them during the afternoon. Plants need oxygen in just the same way they need water; if one overwaters them, one can end up cutting off oxygen to the plants' or vegetables' roots and cause damage. On the flip side, watering one's garden in the afternoon can result in the water evaporating in the summer heat. Watering early in the morning is usually recommended instead of when the ground is not as hot.
Those with questions or concerns are encouraged to get in touch with Liberty Tree & Landscape Management, the premier tree doctor of Montgomery County, by calling them today at 215-309-8700, or by visiting their site at https://www.libertytreecare.com/.
About Liberty Tree & Landscape Management
Liberty Tree & Landscape Management has provided tree and landscape services throughout the Greater Philadelphia region for more than 25 years. Always providing responsible and environmentally-sensible techniques, their knowledgeable arborists create and implement programs that suit every client's individual needs by addressing the particular issues of the plant life while staying within budget.
For safe, licensed and insured plant healthcare services, call 215-309-8700 or visit https://www.libertytreecare.com/.
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