Gardening in November

 Everything you have to do in the garden during this month. In November the garden starts to wane, but there’s plenty to do to prepare your outdoor space for winter.

 Bulbs and perennials

 Sweet peas can be grown outside, but they require winter security. Cloches are suggested or greenhouses are  fire truck siren advanced auto orileys key covers elliott craigslist wilmington nc binghamton craigslist smokey nagata ancheer spin recommended.  The month of November is the best time to begin sowing sweet peas for next year’s crop – make sure you keep them in the winter under cover,’ says Sarah Raven.

 * This is the last chance to plant spring bulbs and it’s the ideal time to plant Tulips. You can also put them in containers if don’t have enough room.

 The garden fades in November. However, you can prepare your outdoor area for winter by undertaking a lot of work.

 * “By November’s middle, you may plant ‘Paperwhite narcissi in preparation for Christmas. When they reach 3cm in size, the force bulbs should be relocated to a window with a cool temperature.

 • Check your summer bulbs for signs of mould or rot. To prevent the spread of disease, remove any bulbs that are damaged or split.

 Fruits and vegetables

 * Sets of winter onion garlic cloves, garlic sets, and soft fruit like raspberries and blackberries. If you have cloches you can sow broad beans and peas.

 * Watch out for cabbages as well as Brussels sprouts. If birds think they are appealing, cover them with the net.

 * Organise your seeds. Sarah advises: “Sort out any half-empty or leftover seed packets, and dispose of any  sick parts Transportation stroller mountain socks kanuga park ted’s used cars inland truck parts ryder used truck sales ramp truck a&s motorcycles  damaged or not up to date.” Clean, pack and label the seeds you save that are left to dry, then take the time to put the seeds into seed tins.’

 * Plan the next year’s vegetable crops so that you can have that you have a wide variety.  It’s essential to not plant the same type of crops in the same area every year as this could lead to a build-up of pests and diseases. It is important to rotate them every year to ensure the same crop doesn’t share the same space for more than one season”,’ Sarah adds.

 * Roots, brassicas , and legumes can be put together. Everything else, which includes tomatoes and onions, potatoes and tomatoes, can be grown in a group. Cucurbits, which are annual crops (courgettes or squashes, pumpkins, marrows and cucumbers), French and runner beans and salads (endive or chicory), lettuce) and sweetcorn can be planted wherever space is available but be careful not to plant these in the same area too frequently.

 Cuttings of hardwood

 * Try taking hardwood cuttings of deciduous shrubs and fruit.


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 Leaf mould

 An easy method to create leaf mould is to rake dry leaves, then put them into a bin bag with some air holes, then secure the top. When autumn comes around, you’ll be able to create a crumbly leaf mould which can be used for mulch.


 * Prepare winter bedding. While pansies and violas appear delicate, primroses and polyanthus are more well-known. Another option is the double primrose. it’s available in many colours and, because of its beauty, looks like winter roses.


 … Place prepared ‘Paperwhite” Daffodils  valley ford truck stroller bike uworld cars yellow cars transformers police car junk for cars french truck coffee tinker food truck truck camper warehouse in containers. This means they have been specially created to flower fast. They’ll be ready to be indoors by Christmas.