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5 Comments on Gardening Tips for November & December

  1. These are some great tips, and I appreciate your advice to add compost to your garden beds to prepare for next year. I haven’t been very diligent with my garden in the past, but I want to try it out this next year. I’ll definitely look into adding some compost to my beds now so they’re ready in the spring. Thanks for the great post!

  2. Lillian Schaeffer

    Thanks for sharing! I love your suggestion to put mulch in to protect your flower beds. I’ve heard from several people that mulching can really benefit your plants, but I’ve never tried it before. I’ll give it a shot to prevent frost damage to my flowers, and hopefully I’ll see some improvement!

  3. It can be hard to find the energy to do these things after a long summer spent gardening but finish the season the way you started and by the time next spring rolls around you’ll be in a much better place to start again.

    Great post!

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