29th November

Clean Decorative Barks

This is the time of year that trees grown for their ornamental barks come into their own. Some of the best are birches, or Acer griseum and Prunus serrula, both of which have rich, coppery bark. Over time, dirt, lichen, and algae can make the bark become quite dull, so it is worth scrubbing it off with a brush and bucket of warm water.

 
 
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1st
Pond Pumps
2nd
Indoor Bulbs
3rd
Winter Protection
4th
Mildew and Damp Problems
5th
Prune Fruit Trees
6th
Moving Plants
7th
Cover Tender Bulbs
8th
Dig For Winter
9th
Staking Young Trees
10th
Clear Up
11th
Michaelmas Daisies
12th
Store Dahlias
13th
Protect Perennials
14th
Terracotta Pots
15th
Beat Wireworm
16th
Indoor Bulbs
17th
Take Advantage of Fine Weather
18th
Planting Tulips
19th
Plant Fruit Bushes
20th
Insulate Your Greenhouse
21st
Care for Garden Furniture
22nd
Brussels Sprouts
23rd
Houseplant Care
24th
Grit For Heavy Soils
25th
Leaves off Alpines
26th
Winter Care for Mowers
27th
Clean Conservatories and Greenhouses
28th
Attack Deadwood
29th
Clean Decorative Barks
30th
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