Help your garden cope with the coming summer heat by adding a layer of cooling mulch around plants. Mulch retains moisture, cools roots and cuts down on weeds that may rob your plants of water.
Help your garden cope with the coming summer heat by adding a layer of cooling mulch around plants. Mulch retains moisture, cools roots and cuts down on weeds that may rob your plants of water. Bigstock
Help your garden cope with the coming summer heat by adding a layer of cooling mulch around plants. Mulch retains moisture, cools roots and cuts down on weeds that may rob your plants of water. Bigstock

Garden Checklist: Celebrate summer by keeping roots cool

June 19, 2015 05:00 PM

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