As a gardener, you understand that while your flowers may bloom beautifully in the spring and summer, your garden is actually a war zone. There’s a constant struggle in keeping your plants thriving instead of succumbing to the hungry mouths of certain insects and animals. One particular menace tends to rear its ugly head during the May and June months. It is appropriately called the June Bug. While there are multiple variations of the June Bug, they all more or less belong to the same beetle family that hails from the scarab. These annoying critters can severely damage your plants, so this article will cover a few methods on how you can keep your garden free from their destructive campaign.