10 Things Smart Gardeners Do in July

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Fill in the holes and replant missing plants.

Maintain tied and trailing climbing plants.

Practice pollinator-friendly insect control

Search for signs of disease.

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Weed, weed, weed!

Set yourself a regular routine of weeding

Feed the pollinators

Supplemental feeding can help pollinators survive in sub-par conditions, and help them find where your garden grows!

Top dress and amend plants that need the boost.

Water as needed.

Mother Nature's water is best, but you may need to help her along

Start preserving the harvest

Abundant harvests mean you'll have plenty to play with and preserve for the long winter months.