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Briggs Tree Company is a full-scale, wholesale nursery located in North San Diego County. In operation for over 35 years, Briggs boasts over 200 acres of growing grounds and is family owned and operated. We provide unsurpassed quality plant material to the landscape industry in San Diego and beyond serving landscape contractors, commercial property managers and the public. We also service the landscape industry beyond San Diego in Orange, Riverside, Imperial and Los Angeles Counties and will deliver to anywhere in the continental United States.
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Your garden will respond this month to the long days of sunshine and warm weather. The annuals you planted earlier in the year should be looking their best and the fruit trees should be loaded with fruit. Some of the vegetables you've planted are being harvested and your garden overall should look spectacular. Spend more time outside doing simple chores and enjoy what you've created.
Color: While many of your annuals are probably at their peak, it's not too late to add a few plants to your beds and pots. Marigolds, Salvia, Zinnia, Verbena and many other varieties are available to plant in the sun. As always, bedding Begonias and Impatiens are available for the shade along with Coleus and Kalanchoe.
Fruits & Vegetables: Plums and Peaches on your fruit trees should be ready to pick and enjoy. Early crops such as beans and cucumbers may be ready to harvest this month. Remove fruit and vegetables as they ripen. Leaving them on the plant can encourage pests and diseases. You can replant now for another vegetable crop later this year. Prune spent canes off of fruiting vines.