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November Lawn & Garden Tips

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November Lawn & Garden Tips

    1. November is a great time to plant trees in order to begin establishing root growth. 
    2. Apply Fertilome Root Stimulator to aide in development of stronger root structure, promoting vigorous growth, & reduce transplant shock.
    3. Stock up on firewood while supplies last.
    4. Pansies, Ornamental Cabbage & Kale may still be planted. Fertilize at time of planting with Hi-Yield Blood Meal, which also repels rabbits.
    5. Pansies can also be fertilized with Premium Bedding Plant Food if planted in the ground. 
    6. In early November fertilize lawns with Fertilome Winterizer or Winterizer with Weed Prevention. 
    7. Remove fallen leaves from covering cool-season grasses
    8. Fertilize established trees and shrubs with Fertilome Tree & Shrub Food. 
    9. Control existing broadleaf lawn weeds with Weed Free Zone. 
    10. Mulch beds to insulate for winter with Cypress, Red, Black, or Enriched Mulch. 
    11. Spray Viper to kill insects indoors. 
    12. Apply Cotton Burr Compost to amend soil for the following planting season. 
    13. Prune trees and shrubs as needed.
    14. Dig up and store Elephant Ears, Cannas, Gladiolas, Dahlias, and Caladiums.
    15. Move houseplants inside when night temperatures are below 50 degrees. Treat with Indoor & Outdoor spray to kill any lingering bugs.
    16. Compost annual debris and leaves but do not compost diseased or insect infested plant parts.
    17. Drain gasoline from power equipment. Drain and store water hoses.
    18. If rainfall has been deficient, water trees, shrubs, and lawns to prevent winter damage.

 

*All products are found at Panhandle Greenhouses. 

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Xeriscape (Drought Tolerant) List

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Weed Killers

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