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Hot Climate November Garden Calendar

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November Calendar

For Hot climates

 

 

·►Trees and Shrubs

oWater newly planted palms and other plants.

oApply pre-emergent herbicide to keep weeds from sprouting in shrub beds.

oPrune storm damaged plants.

·►Annuals

oContinue to remove all tired summer plants and add disease-free ones to the compost pile.

oPrepare soil and set out ornamental vegetables and other plants for winter display.

oWeed, water and fertilize as needed.

·►Perennials and Bulb

oDivide and replant overgrown or crowded perennials and bulbs.

oPlant agapanthus, amaryllis, montbretia, tigridia, watsonia, and lily bulbs for spring and summer bloom.

oSow seeds of late winter and early spring plantings.

oWeed, water, fertilize and deadhead as needed.

oTest the soil, prepare beds, and make new plantings.

·►Roses

oSpray for black spot, mildew, and spider mites as needed.

oPlant container grown roses for winter bloom.

oWater weekly during dry weather and twice weekly on exposed sites.

oControl weeds with shallow cultivation or by hand pulling.

·►Vegetables and Herbs

oHarvest new potatoes by carefully digging near the surface. Save the deeper tubers for mature harvest in December.

oWatch for cabbage loopers.

oAdd leaves, grass clippings, and manure to the compost pile, and turn it every 2 weeks. Add more manure and water if pile wont heat up.

oFoliar-feed vegetables and herbs with a hose-end fertilizer sprayer.

·►Tomatoes

oHarvest fruit as soon as it turns pink to limit insect and bird damage.

oContinue adding to the compost pile and turn it every 2 weeks.

oWatch for leaf footed stink bugs.

oPlant empty areas with a cover crop of rye or oats to discourage nematodes.

·►Lawns

oMow only as needed.

oApply pre-emergent broad-leaf weed control at recommended rates.

·►Patio and Container Plants

oMonitor plants daily for water needs and pest control.

oPinch back and deadhead as needed.

oContinue planting cool season annuals and replacing trees and shrubs as needed.

 

Source:Reader’s Digest 1001 Hints & Tips For Your Garden

 

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