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October 30, 2013 8:40 AM

There are plenty of garden chores in November

By November we are well into our rainy season, which means there are things to do in anticipation of wet weather. If you haven’t already done so, adjust your watering cycle. Even if rain is scarce, plants require less water due to the sun’s lower angle and the shorter daylight hours of fall. Also, be sure to clean out street and rain gutters, downspouts and storm drain areas in advance of winter storms.

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