Deadhead annuals regularly.
Fertilise fortnightly with organic matter or with liquid compost.
Water in dry weather.
Sow for winter- and spring-flowering annuals in warm areas.
Plant out January-sown seedlings.
Remove all dead agapanthus flower heads. Catch the seeds and plant when black (ripe).
Cut Lilium seed heads and leave as much of the leave stalks as possible.
Support dahlias, fertilise and pinch out buds for larger flowers.
Remove excess bulblets from Watsonias and plant out.
Fertilise with organic matter or compost, but avoid the stems.
Deadhead and de-bud, prune lightly towards the end of the month. Keep the centre open.
Spray black spot, bollworm and beetles.
Aerate soil and mulch.
Apply compost or organic matter to Helleborus, Asaleas, Bergenia and Hydrangea.
Cut Hydrangeas back.
Remove cannas by cutting the whole stem off.
Make cuttings after pruning shrubs that have finished flowering, like Pelargonium and lavender.
Make cuttings of silver-leaved plants.
Dianthus can be layered.
Catch seed of Verbascum and Anchusa.
Fertilise, water and clean the foliage.
Make potpourri from lavender flowers, rose petals and lemon scented verbena.
Fertilise cabbage, broccoli and Brussel sprouts with liquid compost.
Sow for lettuce in late afternoon.
Harvest ready potatoes.
Harvest garlic before the leaves start yellowing and the producing of new bulbs.
Cut artichokes off.
Deciduous trees: Regular watering in dry areas.
Prune branches growing in the centre.
Fertilise recently harvested trees.
Water citrus trees regularly, fertilise and mulch.
Protect grape bunches with cameo stocking around the bunch and also against beetles.
Prepare beds for strawberries with compost worked in.
Harvest figs and fertilise.
Fertilise granadillas and prune harvested plants back.
Protect guavas against fruit fly.