2. If you are lucky enough to have poly tunnels and cloches, try using the cloches inside the tunnels to doubly protect crops sown over the Winter months from the cold weather.
3. Provided that the ground is not too wet, November is a good time to divide various plants, as well as adding a good layer of mulch to plants in borders and beds.
4. Bulb planting should be completed by the end of November. Hint plant bulbs to a depth equal to 3 times their diameter.
5. Kale, Broad beans, Oriental veg and Garlic can still be sown/planted in November. Some roots and over wintering greens can also be grown under protection, as well as Sweet peas, cyclamen and Lupins.
6. Many garden centres are selling discounted gardening supplies and other items at this time of the year, try a visit and pick up a bargain.
7. Mulching, manuring, composting on the allotment can be done now especially if the soil is dry enough to rotavate or dig the manure/compost in at this time of the year.
8. If you have been thinking about obtaining some plant/seed catalogues, try the following link which has a good selection of them, plus other home and gardening freebies, some are applicable to the U.S.A. too. CLICK HERE.
9. Don't forget to check any bonfires, before lighting them, some animals may have decided to hibernate in them!!
2. Sow peas (round type) if the ground is not waterlogged.
3. Parsnips can be left in situ.
2. Harvest Winter Cabbage and Cauliflower.
3. Prune back fruit canes.
4. Remove any rotting fruit/vegetation