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3rd July

Collect Seed

A lot of your favourite border plants, such as aquilegias, will have finished flowering and produced prominent seed heads by now. It is easy to collect the seed to sow for new plants of your own, just snip off the stem and seed head, and put it in a paper bag. Put the bag in a dark dry place, and after a couple of weeks the seeds will have dropped out and you can collect them, put them in labelled bags, and keep them for propagating in the autumn.

 
 
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Thin Out Your Apples
2nd
Deadhead Annual Daisies
3rd
Collect Seed
4th
Freeze Parsley
5th
Prune Philadelphus
6th
Sow Spinach Seed
7th
Feed Your Lawn
8th
Get a Water Butt
9th
Feed Those Tomatoes
10th
Mulch Runner Beans
11th
Sow Chinese Cabbage
12th
Fertilize your Tubs
13th
Divide Your Irises
14th
Trim Lady's Mantle
15th
Dead Head Roses
16th
Weed Gravel
17th
Water Wisely
18th
Thin and Tidy Water Plants
19th
Keep Picking Sweet Peas
20th
Trim Flowering Perennials
21st
Water Summer Vegetables
22nd
Bulbs in Grass
23rd
Mow With Care
24th
Prune Shrubs
25th
Take Geranium Cuttings
26th
Sow Hardy Annuals
27th
Pick Runner Beans
28th
Collect Seed
29th
Trim Wisteria
30th
Cut Down Raspberries
31st
Water Fruit Trees

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