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Here's your June gardening guide for North America's USDA Plant Hardiness Zones: 3-10. If you don’t know what zone you live in, check the map here to find out. We've left off zones 1–2 (far-north Alaska) and zones 11–13 (small section of the Florida Keys, the Pacific coast between L.A. and Mexico, and Hawaii) since zones 3–10 cover 99 percent or more of the gardeners in the U.S. Zone 3

Co-Winner Judy Bown, Best Edible Garden | 2015 Gardenista Considered Design Awards

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Ligularia 'Britt Marie Crawford', Hylotelephium, Artichoke

miss-aishe: Things are growing…slowly.

Garden Trellis made with sticks

Willow hurdles are used for weaving around the edges of areas in the garden, particularly raised beds. Use live willow and leave it for a few weeks to die (it will still be flexible to use) before weaving it. You will also need uprights - hazel is a good material to use .

Swiss chard

Edible Landscaping: artichokes in Kitchen Garden | jardin potager | bauerngarten | köksträdgård

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An Angel at my Table

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Mint planted in barrels - Prevent mint plants from completely taking over the garden by planting in half-barrels or containers. Create attractive design by planting different mint variety in each container, such as orange, ginger, peppermint, spearmint, and chocolate mint. Our mint went crazy and took over the blackberries and the strawberries.

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Pea Gravel with brick beds.

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potatoes, just harvested

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