- Author: Loren Nelson
The first Thursday of every month on In the Garden with UC Master Gardeners, UC Master Gardeners Teena Spindler and Katrina Kirkeby will bring you special gardening information for the month.
In November, the soil is still warm and there is still a threat of warm Santa Ana winds. Prune dense trees for wind passage. If your avocados are dropping leaves, that's great.
But don't rake them up! Leave those leaves on the ground to keep the soil cool. That is what they need. Start to prune your cane berries like blackberries, some raspberries, and boysenberries. Plant, pre-chill or force certain bulbs. Start thinking about strawberries, too. And of course, plant those California Natives and wildflowers. Katrina and Teena will discuss what they are doing in their own beautiful gardens and landscapes.
Podcast Topic: This Month In the Garden – November 2018
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