Misty mornings, damp grass and muddy boots mark the last weeks of planting time. Cool weather and moist soil make July the best month for planting just about anything. Although chilly, short days may not be so agreeable for us gardeners, the rewards of winter planting are worth the discomort: weeds are weak and the ground is easy to dig... in all but the wettest areas. Fruit trees, roses, ornamentals and restoration natives will settle in with minimal stress, in plenty of time to send out strong, deep roots to cope with dry weeks ahead. Read our winter planting tips here, or email us for a copy.