Annual Guide to Gardening for the Pacific Northwest

Annual Guide to Gardening for the Pacific Northwest

Gardening is not a once a year commitment. Each month of the year has specific things that need to be taken care of. Here is your annual guide to gardening for those who live in the Pacific Northwest Region of the United States. Each month covers the following five areas of your landscape,

  • Landscaping Tips
  • Fruit and Vegetable Tips
  • Perennial and Annual Tips
  • General Monthly Gardening Tips

Bookmark this article and come back month after month to help inspire your monthly gardening checklist.

Your Annual Guide to Gardening

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  • January Gardening Tips

    During the month of January in the Pacific Northwest, you will have a few items to check off your gardening to-do list. Items include planting bare-root trees, shrubs, and roses. Be sure to visit the link above to find out more about gardening in January.

  • February Gardening Tips

    From pruning, to protecting your lawn from the winter, to planting berries, and so much more. Fill in your February check list by clicking the article above.

  • March Gardening Tips

    March is a busy month full of planting, diving perennials, plant shrubs, planting trees, and more. Click on March to see all your gardening tips.

  • April Gardening Tips

    One big problem you may notice this month is slugs in your garden. Find out more gardening solutions by clicking the link above.

    For specific help with garden slugs, check out 5 Simple Ways to Keeps Slugs Out of Your Garden.

  • May Gardening Tips

    In the link above you’ll find tips on when to fertilize, what to plant once the risk of frost is gone, and ideas for beautiful flowers to plant in your yard.

  • June Gardening Tips

    Not sure how much to water your lawn? This June article shares the importance of saturating your lawn when watering. Check out the article for more.

  • July Gardening Tips

    This article contains tips specifically designed for the month of July. Some of these tips include watering your grass, trees, flowers, vegetable gardens, and more.

  • August Gardening Tips

    August is full of planting, watering, deadheading, and control pesky aphids. Find out more by clicking the link above.

  • September Gardening Tips

    Did you know that September in the Pacific Northwest is one of the driest months of the year? Don’t miss out of helpful information and check out Septembers gardening tips.

  • October Gardening Tips

    Have you ever heard of snow mold? Find out how to prevent it in the article above.

  • November Gardening Tips

    This article is full of helpful tips. Don’t miss out on anything you need to know to get ready for winter.

  • December Gardening Tips

    During the winter months, your plants are at risk of drying out. Make sure you water them through-out the winter months. For more tips click on the link above.

Take Away

Each month of the year has different gardening tasks that should be completed. This annual guide will help keep you organized if you live in the Pacific Northwest Region of the U.S from planting bare-root trees, shrubs, and roses in January to watering tips in December.

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