Welcome gardening friends, thanks for stopping by!
If you’re excited to work in your yard or garden, but not sure what to do in the chilly November weather, then you’ve come to the right place! We’ve put together a list of things to do throughout the month.
You may not need to do everything on this list. For example, if you don’t have upright bushes to tie or snow tools to inspect, skip over those items on the list. Just pick what applies to your yard and plan out when you will do it all throughout the month!
November Gardening To-Do List
➺Tie Upright Bushes like junipers and arborvitae with burlap strips to keep the
snow load from spreading their branches during winter
➺Cut Back And Mulch perennials as they go dormant
➺Deep Soak lawn, trees, shrubs & flower beds
➺Fertilize lawn if necessary, according to your schedule
➺Put Away any tools that are still out
➺Make Sure your snow shovels and/or snow blower are in good repair,
before you need them
➺Check Ice & Snow Removal Products and replenish if necessary, before it snows
➺Cover Beds With A Frost Blanket for an added layer of protection for your perennials
Be sure to check back for December’s to-do list!
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