In-Season Now

Do you know what to plant in November? Do you know which flower blooms in November? Do you know what to harvest in November? If you do not then do not worry, because people do not know about such things until or unless they are garden freaks. We are here with a list of what is in-season now – the November edition.

It is always good to keep such information, this will help you choose what flowers to gift to people born in November and what flowers will be available in the market. Even if they are not available in the local store do not worry, you can get fresh flowers delivered to you by ordering them through cakes and gift delivery services. They offer same-day delivery, early morning, and midnight deliveries.

What to Plant in November?

Pansies

These flowers with little faces can grow all winter long in mild climate regions. They prefer winter which is why they are planted during spring or fall. Not many people know that they are edible and symbolize love.

Pansies prefer well-drained soil, rich in organic matter. Water pansies an inch per week. Keep them in full sun in colder regions and partial shade in warm regions for better results.

Daffodils

These bright yellow flowers are the sign of spring. The best thing about them is they will stick by your side till the ground is frozen.

Plant them in rich and moist soil with nice drainage or they will rot. Provide full sun, around 6 hours of sunlight per day. Water them about 1 inch per week.

Kale

Start planting Kale now if you have not, it does not mind cold which is why it owns a slot in this list of in-season now. Kale matures in 50 days but sometimes it overwinters and reappears the next spring, so be patient with them do not yank them out. Plant the seed ½ inch deep and 4 inches apart.

Kale will be happy to be neighbor with cucumber, potato, onion, herbs, and Spanish but it would not be so Plant round tomatoes, strawberries, and beans. Plant it where it will get full sun in well-drained soil enriched with compost and deep water it for 1 – 1 ½ inch down the soil per week.

Flowers That Bloom in November

Chrysanthemum

Chrysanthemum is the flower of November which is why it is mandatory to mention in this list of in-season now. This hard to pronounce name is made with the combination of two Greek words; ‘chrysos’ which means gold and ‘anthemon’ which means flower.

Lily Turf

Lily turfs are known by so many names like big blue and monkey grass, but their actual name is Liriope Muscari. They are strong flowers that can withstand cold weather and pests. They stand tall with an average height of 1 – 1.5 feet.

Hesperantha

Its name is also derived from the Greek words ‘hesperos’ which means evening and ‘anthos’ which means flower. It is commonly known as scarlet river lily and November cheer. These elegantly exotic flowers come in red, white, and pink colors, adding beauty to your garden in winters.

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