How to maintain plants in summer 

Here are five concise points for maintaining plants during summer 


Ensure plants receive adequate water, preferably in the early morning or late afternoon to minimize evaporation. Water deeply to encourage root growth and avoid water stress. 

Shade and Sun Protection 

Shield plants from intense sunlight by providing shade using umbrellas, shade cloth, or positioning them strategically. 


Apply a layer of mulch around plants to retain moisture, regulate soil temperature, suppress weeds, and improve soil fertility.  

Pruning and Deadheading 

Regularly prune plants to remove dead or damaged foliage and spent flowers. 


Consider occasional fertilization during summer to replenish nutrients lost through watering and growth.