November's Gardening To-Do List

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November 2, 2006

Leaves covered in frost.As the calendar marches toward late fall and early winter, differences in regional growing conditions become much more pronounced. Some zones are covered in snow, while others are just starting to harvest. In all but the warmest zones, the list of seasonal gardening chores is starting to get short for most gardeners.


That's welcome relief for most of us, because with Halloween just behind us, another busy holiday season is just around the corner. Before you find yourself knee-deep in cold, snow or holiday preparations, here is a helpful list of gardening tasks for the month of November.

Tasks For All Zones:

Tasks for the "Coldest" Zones (Zones 6 and Below):

Tasks for the "Middle" Zones (Zones 7, 8 and 9):


Tasks for the "Warmest" Zones (Zones 10 and 11):

Although zone 10 and 11 are considered "warm," each zone varies considerably in individual growing conditions. For the most part, Zone 10 is virtually free of chilly winter frosts. It is influenced heavily by ocean breezes and is considered a sub-tropical zone. Zone 11, on the other hand, is considered the tropical zone and enjoys a year-round growing season.

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