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ENGLANDS EXPERTS TIPS FOR NOVEMBER
November is traditionally the month for tidying up
in the garden before the onset of winter. There may
still be some lingering roses and border perennials
in flower, and this is often the most spectacular month
for leaf colour and berries on trees are still bright
and haven't yet been eaten by hungry birds.
Any plants, which are frost tender, should definitely
be given some protection now. If you do not have a frost-free
green house, they can be grouped closely together in
a sheltered corner and wrapped in bubble-wrap or horticultural
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