November Gardening Tips
Clean Away Foliage.
Do not allow your lawn to go into winter with too much top growth.
Turn your vegstable gardens over to get rid of any hybernating insects.
Prune rose bushes to prevent wind rot.
It is the best time to start planting tulips for next season.
Spray repellent on woody ornamentals that deer typically browse.
Drain and store hoses indoors.
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