Sharing great tips for summer gardening, found on the amazing HOUZZ website. Contributing writer Annie Thornton gathers helpful information and organizes it by U.S. geographic region.

Anticipation for the summer gardening season peaks in June. Seeds have been sown, edibles started and watering schedules adjusted. Gardeners across the U.S. are now enjoying their spring efforts and making sure that their gardens thrive and perform throughout summer’s long days and warm nights.Start an outdoor project this month, admire flowering natives and keep your eyes and ears peeled for buzzing bees and hummingbirds — there’s even still time to plant edibles for a summer filled with fresh, local produce. Here’s what to do in June by U.S. region ….

Find your June garden checklist:
California | Central Plains | Great Lakes | Mid-Atlantic | Northeast
Pacific Northwest | Rocky Mountains | Southeast | Southwest | Texas