November Isn’t Too Late To Plant

November Isn’t Too Late To Plant

Most property owners are busy packing up their gardening gear but planting season isn’t over! Temperatures might have dropped but there are still lots of vegetables left to be planted, even in November. If you want to keep enjoying homegrown groceries but aren’t sure of how to manage cold-weather crops, just give our experts a call! No matter the time of year, there is always an Eenie Meenie Miny Mow! expert available to take your call.

Construction & Winterizing

Warm-weather plants do not need a lot of help to grow during summer months. In some cases, plants even grow accidentally! When winter rolls around, however, planting becomes a more complicated process. Instead of just dropping bulbs in the ground, cold weather planting means a bit more preparation and cold-proofing. If you are wondering what type of vegetables can thrive during those November months, you can count on kale, spinach, parsnips, onions, garlic, chard, carrots and more.

Knowing what you can plant is one thing but understanding the right way to plant is another. Depending on what part of the country you are in, you might depend on a greenhouse while all it takes in other areas is an elevated garden bed. If you are looking to keep your greenery going year-round, just call an Eenie Meenie Miny Mow! specialist to help build a plan that works! Everything from garden planning to construction is all a part of our lawn and garden practices. Local garden maintenance companies understand the advantages and setbacks of your unique community – because they are ours too! Treating spaces according to their needs means working with the environment instead of fighting against it. Each member of our team is dedicated to getting the right results and we do that through our technique, customer service and after care.

November Isn’t Too Late To Plant