November gives us a comforting, quiet change in our gardens and yards. To keep everything in good health, there are a few tasks we can do in November with irrigation, dormant care to control disease and pests, and planning for all the brand new bareroot fruit trees, roses, and vines we get to bring home in winter.
Did You Know? What new plants really want is warm soil and pleasant temperatures, which will allow them time to develop into mature plants before next summer.
Plan to put things in the ground from about September 15 through November 15, to get the best of both the soil and temperature worlds.
While it’s fresh in your mind, it’s a good idea to record what is happening in your veggie garden to make next year’s garden even better. We're including some advice on what to take special note of now, so you can make any needed changes before the next planting season. We’ll talk crop rotation, water, and drip choices.
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