LYNN RAWE, COUNTY EXTENSION AGENT – HORTICULTURE
TEXAS COOPERATIVE EXTENSION
December 25, 2004
Be sure outdoor plants are well-watered, including those in pots. Cold weather can damage plants if they are too dry.
November through February is a good time to plant trees and shrubs. This includes fruit and pecan trees, grapes and berries.
Drain gasoline from power tools and run the engine until fuel in the carburetor is used up.
Drain and store garden hoses and watering equipment in a readily accessible location. The lawn and plants may need water during prolonged dry spell.