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November Gardening Tips – A Checklist of Essential Gardening Jobs to Do in November



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November Gardening Tips – A Checklist of Essential Gardening Jobs to Do in November

Whether you live in zone 7 or zone 8, there are a few things you can do to prepare your garden for winter. Perennials should be cut back to two to three inches. Leave spring flowers to flower, and make sure your compost pile is well-watered to get a jump-start on the next growing season. Here’s a checklist of essential tasks for late autumn gardening. The first step is to remove any old leaves and dead plants from flower beds.

For those who don’t like to prune their flowers and plants, November is an ideal month to plant garlic. Remember to cover the area with 6 inches of mulch to prevent weed growth. For vegetables and other plants, you can harvest the remaining root vegetables and plant new ones. Some people even grow Christmas trees in November. Don’t over-prune your plant or the ground will freeze solid before you can start replanting.

Perennials are easy to divide in November. You can make two identical plants by taking cuttings. You can also divide a large perennial to rejuvenate it. Just make sure not to disturb the roots of the plants – if you do, you’ll destroy their delicate leaves. You can divide a perennial with the help of a good garden spade and a sharp knife, or with two garden forks.

When winter approaches, it’s time to prepare your garden for the cold. In northern regions, November is a great time to evaluate your garden’s architecture and make improvements. For southerners, the cold weather lays everything bare, revealing the design and layout of your garden. In the south, the time spent in winter will pay off in springtime. Then, when the warm weather returns, you can focus on your gardening projects.

When it comes to vegetable planting, November is a busy month for those in zone 8 and above. Fruit trees and vegetables can be transplanted and tended to under cover areas. However, you should continue to water your new plants and harvest whatever is already there. Then, you can start planning your garden for the following spring. A few months of hard work will pay off in the end. Your efforts will pay off later! The winter is almost here!

When it comes to vegetables, the month of November is a great time to plant the bulbs that will bloom early in spring. You can plant winter greens in the ground in November as well as some flowers and vegetables in containers. You can also grow a variety of herbs in November, including sage and thyme. Some of these plants can also be transplanted in containers, so you can use a cloche to keep the soil moist until the next spring.