It sounds like next week will be warmer even with rain predicted each day for the first part of the week. BUT it will be all the things we need to keep on gardening and the plants will grow. Warm air temperatures, warming soil temperatures and moisture. All the things we need to have our gardens, flower beds and lawns grow into a great areas.
We have all the vine plants growing as in squash, melons, cucumbers, and the warming temperatures will be time to plant them. This is my advice with planting vine plants. Plant them from June 1st to the 15th will be the best time to plant these. The vine plants don't like cool night, and if you wait the first round of bugs are gone. Just some food for thought. Another garden vegetable to wait till it is warmer soil is the eatable sweet potato plant. So soon it will be time to plant them. Again they like warm soil and warm air temperature especially at night. We have them planted so they are growing well. Easy for you to plant in your garden.
We have a selection of bushes on sale for $15.00 they are nice but need to be planted in your garden so that is why we have lowered the price to see that happens. We still have apple peach and cherry trees. Our landscaping trees are looking good, and we have many new bushes and shrubs that look great for that area you want to plant them. Peony bushes on sale and they are good size. But looking for peony plants that will grow in your garden we have them for $10.00. Outdoor ferns are growing and fun to see them come up with their little fronds stems.
Large selection of lilies ranging in price from $4.00 to $10.00. Daylilies are looking good to be planted in your garden beds. We have some iris here to add to your cut flower garden beds.
Herbs selection is good. AND we still have tomatoes plants along with many different kinds of peppers. We have bulk garden seeds with the popular bush green beans.
Hours today from 9-6 and Sunday 11-4. I will be at the greenhouse all day Monday from 9-6 to start another week of gardening.
till next time this is Becky Litterer, Becky's Greenhouse, Dougherty Iowa email@example.com