Gardening Tasks For April – Southern California

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I’m a little late in getting you the list of Gardening Tasks for April, spring has been popping so I’ve been out smelling the roses (and the iris and the lavender and…)

Although the sun’s rays have not seemed super hot don’t forget to slather on the sunscreen, grab some water, and wear sunglasses to protect against the wind and glare. Taking some time to work on you Gardening Tasks for April will give you peace of mind and help you through the hotter months in the garden.

Gardening Tasks for April should also include water saving this year.  Make sure that your irrigation timer is set properly (that means three days or less of water per week for Santa Clarita residents.  If you create a beautiful low water garden with natives, Mediterranean plants, and trees keeping your water to a minimum will not be a problem.

Take advantage of the lawn rebate program, but be sure to remove your lawn properly using sheet mulching and think about creating a rain garden to capture some water when we finally get it.

Here is the list for your Gardening Tasks for April.

If you would like to learn more about saving water in your garden, consider giving me a call.  I can be reached at 661-917-3521 or visit my website and contact me there.




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