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November plants

In November plants such as annuals will still be good if planted now. Many nurseries are stocking Iceland poppies, primroses, snapdragons, pansies, and violas. It is still a good time to put in permanent plants, but early storms my have wet soil due to storms. Crowded perennials can be divided until growth for next spring. Spring bulbs can be planted, but it is late for autumn crocus, daffodils, and Dutch iris.  Snails and slugs can still be a problem, but most other pest have gone dormant in this time. Disposing of fallen fruit, and raking debris from under plants to reduce disease is needed. Leaving debris can be a problem for November plants as it can cause many problems.

Gopher Team 

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