26 October 2010

November To Do List

•Purchase plant and pet friendly ice melt and use as necessary to keep walks clear of ice.

•Keep walks clear of snow and shovel extra onto flower, shrub and tree beds for insulation.

•Keep birdfeeders filled.  Add suet feeders to trees or make your own.

•Order garden and seed catalogues.

•Go through garden journals and photos and plan projects for the next year.

•If you haven't already installed burlap barriers around, but not wrapped, cedars and tender evergreens, do so now.


5 comments:

Karen said...

Great reminders of what I need to get done around here!

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

A great idea to put together a to list for my garden too. I can't believe you've already had snow. Your dusting from the other day is more than we had all last winter.
I love winter for making plans for the next spring.

Rosey said...

Hi Shirley,

I have much to do as well. I need to figure out a good recipe for suet. Do you buy yours or make it yourself?
I am trying to figure out a way to keep some water for the birds nearby that is ice-free.
Good luck with your list!
Rosey

Rambling Woods said...

Good info...I live near Buffalo NY in zone..I think it's 5...you asked about Ruby Tuesday and here is the web site...Mary usually puts the post up sometime Monday...

Ruby Tuesday

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