Keep Pots Cool
Terracotta/Clay pots tend to get very very warm when left in the scorching summer sun, by placing them in the cool of the shade this will bring the temperature of the soil down and cool the roots of delicate plants.
Water Plants and Lawn
Quite obvious but as most of us enjoy a cool drink on a hot day so do plants. Watering your garden early in the day can help prevent mould from growing on the soil.
Garden when it is cool
So many of us head straight to the garden when the sun comes out, and we should but not to work. In the midday heat one should not begin mending fences, mowing the lawn or cutting hedges. Working like this when the sun is strong can lead to fatigue, disorientation, dehydration and sun stroke.
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