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June’s warm temperatures bring fresh new growth and an abundance of flowers. Vines are growing and need training to stay neatly trellised, while pines may need candle pruning to keep them from overgrowing their space. Unfortunately, pests and fungus also enjoy the Northwest’s combination of moisture and sunshine, so it’s important to prevent pests now by taking a few simple steps. Last, we seem inexorably drawn to the plant nursery at this time of year, so it’s a great time to evaluate which areas of the garden might benefit from some June-blooming plants, including some Northwest natives.