Things to do in your Garden in November



Still a lot to be done!


Tip of the month


Old tights make fantastic plant ties




Plant the last of your bulbs for a spring display


Prune roses


Plant out winter bedding


Cut back ornamental grasses and bamboos


Still lift and divide herbaceous plants


Dig new flower borders


Plant pots with heathers and ivy for colour over the winter


Vegetable / Fruit Garden


Plant out your garlic bulbs


Harvest winter cabbages and cauliflowers


If the weather goes really cold cover your parsnips up so you will be able to harvest them


Sow broad beans for an early crop next year 


Net your brassicas to prevent pigeons eating them


Plant new raspberry, blackberries etc canes


Prune apple and pear trees


Wrap grease bands round fruit trees




Read the Societies seed catalogues to decide what you will grow next year


Clear leaves from lawns and ponds


Don't forget to feed the birds


Wash bird feeders


Prepare a raised bed to take the bending out of gardening


Check bonfires before lighting to make sure there aren't any Hedgehogs 



Now you can sit and put your feet up with a nice cup of tea to warm you up!!!













(weather permitting)

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