Here are 10 OUT OF 100 things you could do in your garden in May. GET BUSY-9 DAYS TILL MAY 15th!
-Water, water, water–all existing trees, bushes, fruits and vegetables–we’ve had a very dry winter-everything is parched!
-Clean up any perennial beds from the fall if you haven’t already.
-Add composted (aged, old, cold) horse manure to your vegetable beds/turn over.
-Check/install/hook-up drip systems for vegetable beds. Get replacement parts as needed.
-Buy any last-minute seeds/or any vegetable starts you don’t have but still want.
-Buy those wall of waters for your tomatoes and row cover BEFORE you plant tomatoes.
-Transplant up any veggie you bought that is now too small for its pot.
-Buy any amendments, fertilizers and supplies you will need when planting.
-Harden off your plants before putting them outside in the garden.
-Fertilize with fish emulsion and seaweed any cool season crops you have. Start to harvest when ready.
-After May 15th, it should be safe to plant warm season crops-go for it!
OK- these are 11 things but like I said, there are probably 100 things we could do in the garden right now!!