2. If your house plants start to shed leaves as Winter approaches, try moving them near to a window or warmer position which benefits from some direct sunlight.
3. When potting up bulbs for Spring flowering use a cheap compost in their pots to save money. Add feed later as the bulbs start to flower.
4. Remove any rotting fruit and vegetation from your plot/garden, keep lawns as free as possible from fallen leaves to help stop the spread of diseases. If the weather is mild then grass is likely to keep growing, so mowing it will also make the job of removing leaves easier utilizing the mower to do so.
5. Make regular checks of your stored vegetables, ensuring any diseased ones are disposed of.
6. Adding grease bands to the trunks of fruit trees this month should stop winter moth damage.
7. November is a good month to check, maintain and repair, gardening tools, machinery, greenhouse heaters, cloches, water butts, downpipes as well as checking outbuildings for rainwater leaks.
8. Windy weather probably accounts for more damage to allotments, gardens, trees and plants than most other weather conditions. Ensure tree and plant stakes are well secured. Other outdoor items and structures such as sheds, greenhouses, fencing, planters and pots may all need to be secured or taken indoors if high winds are forecast.
9. Any rotted down compost that you have available can be spread around borders or next seasons veggie planting areas to enable it to work into the soil over the Winter.
10. November is possibly the best month to plant out Tulip bulbs.