The Garden in November
Winter is approaching in November and Flowers and plants slowly fall asleep. But especially during this time of the year you can enjoy a few plants which are growing in the chilly winter months. For example, think of the Christmas roses, snowdrops and witch-hazels. Moreover, there is plenty to do in the garden in November:
- Cover all perennials with leaves or compost.
- Remove the leaves from the lawn so that the young plants underneath do not suffocate. ELIET leaf blowers can help you with this.
- Even on the coldest and sombrest of winter days, winter violets bloom amazingly: Plant them now in front of a colourful terrace or balcony.
- As long as it doesn't freeze, shrubs and trees can be pruned.
- Many useful animals will also choose your garden for the winter if there is a shelter for them to find. A pile of stones and a layer of leaves are enough. Your garden will literally live a lot more.
- Cut the lawn edges neatly. ELIET has several lawn edgers in its range that can help you with this, such as the ELIET KS 300 PRO HD.