November Gardening Tasks in Mecklenburg County NC
Gardening in the fall in the Piedmont is a glorious adventure – get outside and enjoy your garden. Read more in Advantages of Fall Gardening
Keep an eye on the weather forecast, particularly for night time frost alerts.
November 15th is the average first frost in the N.C. Piedmont region.
November is a good time to plant and transplant trees, shrubs and groundcovers; continue deep watering of newly planted evergreens, trees and shrubs until freezing weather occurs.
Vegetables and Fruits
Lawn & Landscaping
Always more to do
EXTENSION Gardener Winter Newsletter
Find smart winter gardening tips and tasks for the Piedmont region here. Start with "Get Real: Choose and Cut a Holiday Tree".
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