Seasonal changes in the weather have a huge impact on plants and trees. From more rainfall to higher temperatures, plants adjust their processes to accommodate for the changing environment all around them. Now that summer is here, many areas are experiencing hot temperatures and bright, sunny days. On the other hand, areas with colder climates are still seeing variable snowfall patterns despite it being summertime. While it may seem like a hassle to think of how changing weather affects plants, it's important to take note of each season's impact on your plants or trees if you're taking care of them at home. For example, make sure you're providing enough water in times of drought and protection when cold weather elements are expected in an area. This is very important in your plants overall health. Plants will react differently in different seasons. For example, plants will drop their leaves in colder months up north and down south depending on how cold it gets. It all depends on soil temperatures. If the soil gets cold enough plants and trees will drop leaves, now this does not mean it has died it is just working on the root ball and will flush out as soon as temperatures start to heat back up with nice healthy, new growth! Planning and tracking these changes can help maintain healthier environments for your vegetation!
How is the weather affecting your plants? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Planning and tracking these changes can help maintain healthier environments for your vegetation!