Events and Classes at Farmington Gardens

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June is here and a beautiful month in a Northwest garden!  It’s time to think color!  Glorious annuals and perennials are ready for your gardens and patios and will bring vibrant summer blooms.

Garden Tips


Classes and Events


  • Don’t wait any longer to get all summer blooming bulbs in the ground and fertilize, including dahlias, zinnias, and begonias

  • Plant summer blooming perennials including sunflowers, astilbe, daylilies, salvia, coneflowers, sedum

  • Tomatoes and other vegetables are ready to be planted

  • Build container gardens for your deck and outdoor living spaces:  don’t be afraid to mix summer blooming perennials with ornamental grasses, fresh herbs and ground cover

  • Hanging baskets can be planted up or purchased

  • Feed your roses
  • Deadhead rhodies
  • Thoroughly weed your garden
  • Mulch your garden beds to keep weeds down (avoid base of trees, shrubs or larger perennials)
  • Clip hedges