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November

The garden is moving into winter with huge changes the days are now shorter and wetter, with cold winds and possible frosts. Bare root plants are available this month and it is an inexpensive way of planting hedges and introducing new shrubs into the garden, now is an ideal time for planting roses. Don't forget soft fruit whether it's fruit canes and bushes or strawberries for delicious fruits that will ripen on those sunny summer days. It's a good time for moving existing shrubs that are in the wrong place but don't forget to water them in well even though November can be a wet month.

November Garden

SHRUBS & TREES

Prune trees not ornamental Cherry or Plum
Rake any fallen leaves to make leaf mould
Prune Roses
Prune out any deadwood from Trees and Shrubs
Plant Hedges

IN THE BORDERS

Tidy borders
Lift Dahlias or apply a thick mulch
Protect tender plants from frosts
There is still time to plant spring bulbs
Plant winter bedding
Cut down and tidy Perennials
Lift and divide Perennials
Apply a mulch to the border to protect plants
Dig new borders unless the ground is to wet
Dig up weeds

IN THE VEG PATCH

Lift Parsnip
Order Fruit bushes and canes
Sow Broad Beans outside
Plant out Garlic and Onions
Divide mature Rhubarb crowns
Harvest Kale, Cabbage, Brussels Sprouts, Carrots and Beetroot.

IN THE TUNNEL OR GREENHOUSE

Clean the green house or tunnel wash with disinfectant
Sow Sweet Peas

CONTAINERS AND BASKETS

Move plants either into the greenhouse or a sheltered spot.
Plant winter containers

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"A cooler month but still plenty to harvest in the vegetable garden an ideal time to plant perennial's in the warm soil see our other monthly tasks. "