From Staff Reports
Many people consider summer the most enjoyable time of year, as the summer sun and warm breezes make the season perfect for rest and relaxation. But the months of June, July and August, in Texas are known for rising temperatures and stifling humidity, which can be tough to endure as well.
When summer heat becomes especially uncomfortable, such as this past week with temperatures of 108 degrees, humans can simply head indoors and beat the heat in air conditioned buildings and homes. Plant life is not so lucky, and gardeners may need to take steps to help the plant life on their properties survive the summer heat.
For the full story see the June 23 issue and the e-Edition at http://www.etypeservices.com/Murphy%20MonitorID247/default.aspx