For November lawn care, winter annuals need regular fertilization for peak performance. Make sure to use a liquid fertilizer as soils become colder. Nutrients in most liquid formulations are more readily available to your plants when soil temperatures drop. This is because they are less reliable on microbial activity which slows down with colder soils. Make sure to remove broken, dead, or diseased branches. Renovate ivy beds that have matured to their adult form. Cut back geraniums and pelargoniums to shape. Prune oleanders and other summer flowering shrubs. Avoid mowing, and walking on the lawn when it is frosty and soggy as it can be easily damaged. Mowing the lawn underneath these conditions will cause wheel rutting, scalping, an soil compaction. All in all, November lawn care is important to keep a beautiful landscape.