From the garden to the garden table, sunflowers are part of the season’s decor, but it’s hard to resist the urge to put up a little shade in your backyard.
But you might have to keep your eye on your garden’s climate and planting habits to make sure your plants are protected.
A new study from the National Botanic Garden of New Jersey found that it is possible to keep a sunny, breezy garden at home if you know the rules.
The study was published in the online journal PLOS ONE on March 7.
In the study, scientists studied gardeners’ observations and found that when the temperature of the day falls below 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius), plants tend to shade, leaving them exposed to the sun.
This is a major problem when it comes to outdoor plants.
The new study found that, although many gardeners are not aware of this phenomenon, there are a number of strategies that can help reduce the risk of sunburns in their gardens.
For one, plants can be grown in containers or pots without the risk that they could get sunburned by the sun’s rays.
But this is just one of the strategies that gardeners can use to protect their plants and prevent sunburn.
In addition, they can avoid growing plants in areas where they are likely to get a lot of sun.
If your garden is in a shady area, plants should be kept in a shade box or covered with a shade mat.
This reduces the risk they could be scorched by the high heat and can help prevent sun damage.
The New Jersey study also found that plants should not be allowed to get too close to other plants.
“This does not mean that you should leave them unattended in your yard, but if you do it at the end of the year, be careful about keeping them out of direct sunlight,” said lead author Dr. Scott J. Niedermayer, the principal investigator of the study.
NIEDERMAYER: We can help our gardeners avoid sunburn if we keep them in shade.
If you are interested in more information on gardeners in the garden, see our garden information section for more information about how to prevent sun burn in your garden.