COUNTY EXTENSION AGENT – HORTICULTURE
TEXAS COOPERATIVE EXTENSION
JUNE 26, 2004
- Prune re-blooming salvias, such as Salvia greggii and S. farinacea, periodically for continued blooms.
- Plant periwinkles for summer color in sun or semi-shade.
- Fall-blooming Mexican Mint Marigold, chrysanthemums, and Mexican Bush Sage should be pruned during the summer to keep them compact and reduce the need for staking.
- Finish pruning spring-flowering shrubs, vines and climbing roses.