For your vegetable gardens you will want to:
Start any warm weather vegetables as soon as possible, vegetables such as Corn, Beans, Peppers, Egg Plant, Tomatoes, Squash, Pumpkin, etc.
Be sure to weed your vegetable beds to keep the weeds from taking over. A lawn weeder is a great tool that can help to weed anywhere in your yard, vegetable, or flower beds.
Protect you fruits from birds with garden netting.
Mound the soil up around your potato plants to prevent the tubers from being exposed to sunlight and turning green. A green potato contains solanine which is a natural toxin and is poisonous. So do not eat any green potatoes.
Thin vegetable seedlings to be sure they have ample room for growth.
For flowers, trees, & bushes you will want to:
Pinch back mums for fuller bushes and more blossoms next fall. Continue pinching back until about June 15th.
Begin planting morning glories, cypress vine, scarlet runner, hyacinth
bean, and moon vine.
If you are cultivating a living Christmas tree now is the time to shape & sculpt it.
It is also a good time to shear, prune, and/or pinch your Junipers, Cypress or Conifers.
Container plants may need daily watering now that the weather is starting to dry out.