• Continue to cut grass until it has stopped growing (air temps consistently below 50 degrees F)

  • Apply winter screening (burlap, wire cages, etc.) to protect plants from cold and pest damage

  • Cut back perennial garden after several killing frosts; leave up plants with winter interest or wildlife value

  • Clean up any remaining leaves in the landscape; try to incorporate back into planting beds or mulch into lawn if possible

  • Take a soil sample from problem areas of the yard and send for analysis of pH and nutrient levels

  • Make sure hoses are drained and put away for the season

  • Clean, sharpen, and oil hand tools to keep lubricated and prevent rust


After reading our November Landscaping To-Do List, if you still want more information, or have any other concerns, Contact us and we will be glad to help you with your landscaping endeavors.