LYNN RAWE, COUNTY EXTENSION AGENT – HORTICULTURE
TEXAS COOPERATIVE EXTENSION
November 20, 2004
- Gourds on display for fall decorations will last longer if they are carefully cleaned, waxed and kept in a dry place. Inspect occasionally for signs of mold.
- Place orders for seeds this month, so you will have them available when you are ready to plant. By ordering early, you will be more certain of getting the varieties you want.
- November through February is a good time to plant trees and shrubs.
- Continue to set out cool-season bedding plants, such as pansies, violas, stock, snapdragons and dianthus.