Celebrate June Gardening on GardenChat Event

Garden Party on TwitterCome join the CELEBRATION on GardenChat the amazing things growing in the gardens and home this month.  In this post you will find inspiring ideas to Celebrate June Gardening during a  GardenChat Event.

Questions for the Event

Join us on Twitter live on Monday at 9 p.m. ET  each week. The questions listed below will start rolling at 9:15 p.m. ET with host @brenhaas Be sure to REPLY on Twitter to be included in the weekly recap.

Q&A for GardenChat Party

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  • Question 1: How do you celebrate in the garden during the month of June? #gardenchat
  • Question 2: Are you growing anything new that you are excited about – share image with us tonight!
  • Question 3: What is your #1 tip you’d give someone new to gardening? #gardenchat
  • Question 4: Bees… are they welcome in your garden?  How do you welcome bees to your home garden? #gardenchat
  • Question 5: June is a great month to see butterflies in the garden! Do you have a favorite flower you grow just for the butterflies? #gardenchat
  • Question 6: What vegetables are you harvesting in June? Don’t forget to share your Country and State! #gardenchat
  • Question 7: Harvesting any fruits this time of year? #gardenchat
  • Question 8: How as the weather been?  Too much rain… no sunshine … how do you make the best in the garden? #gardenchat
  • Question 9: What appetizers or meals do you enjoy serving in the June garden? Share a recipe please!  #gardenchat
  • Question 10: Are you excited to welcome June in your garden?  Tell us the thing you love most about June! #gardenchat

** This page has been revised June 2019

Let’s Connect

I am so excited that you are checking out this GardenChat Event.  Be sure to comment on this blog post or leave a message on my contact page featured on this site.

Happy Summer Gardening,

 

6 thoughts on “Celebrate June Gardening on GardenChat Event”

  1. My favourite summer memory is showing my two year old grandson how to pick berries from the garden. He loved it once he found out he could eat all the berries he wanted. I see a future gardener in the family.

  2. my favorite summer memory is eating fresh peas & pulling carrots from the garden, when my dad would say go get your snack from the garden!

  3. One of my favorite summer memories is planting California Poppies and watermelon in flowerbeds in my backyard. The poppies were always thick – no doubt from me dumping seeds rather than spreading them – and the watermelon vines were everywhere! Still two of my favorite things in the garden!

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