Once our azalea has finished flowering, we should add fertilizer. We cut off all wilting flowers on our plants to encourage the production of new buds. It is the right time to increase the fertilization in the rose bushes and to prune the hydrangeas. We dilute the watering until new growth appears. We take a final look at climbing plants to see if they need more vigorous pruning or correction before new growth appears. In the chrysanthemums, we cut their tops so that the plants form a solid shape. The tops can take root in a jar of water and be replanted as new plants. If you need to repot any of your plants, do it while the weather is still cool. Do not repot plants that are in bloom, wait until the end of their flowering to do so. Check often for diseases and insects (mainly mealybugs/aphids and coccoids) which unfortunately will soon start visiting our plants. We take our seed pots outside for a few hours each day so they can get used to the change of environment. Then we transplant the plants that have reached the 4-leaf stage into pots or into our garden. We plant vegetables in the garden or transplant the plants we grew from seed. This season is suitable for radishes, carrots, peas and early harvest tomatoes. We can also plant potatoes, onions and garlic. At the end of the month we plant corn, peppers, eggplants, squash and beans. Plant seeds directly in our garden from people, graves, etc. Keep the soil moist until the seeds germinate. We thin accordingly when they reach the stage of 4 leaves., Remove the plants carefully and transplant without fear to other places.