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Follow us on twitter OVLMagazine Find us on Facebook OVL Magazine 39 TOP TEN Jobs for October November In October plant hyacinths and large-flowered anemones. Divide herbaceous perennials such as campanula aster geraniums and phlox but leave helleborus and peonies alone. Keep your tubs going as long as you can then replace your finished summer flowers with winter-flowering pansies winter heathers trailing ivy and hardy cyclamen. Shorten the long shoots of late- flowering shrubs such as buddleja but finish the pruning in early spring. Continue to deadhead roses removing only the flower. Plant new roses so they can establish before winter. Prune back old flowering stems on rambler roses. Plant new hardy climbers during October so that a good root system can develop in soil that is still warm and moist. In November plant tulip bulbs filling the gaps with wallflowers for spring colour. Plant lily bulbs in containers. Most herbaceous perennials can be cut back in November but leave penstemons until the spring as the stems will protect the crowns. Protect early rhododendrons with fleece and pull up any suckers. Trim self-clinging climbers and prune late-flowering clematis. Early winter is also the time to prune winter jasmine and ornamental vines. winter. Prune back old flowering stems on rambler roses. Plant new hardy climbers during October so that a good root system can develop in soil that is still warm and moist. In November plant tulip bulbs filling the gaps with wallflowers for spring colour. Plant lily bulbs in containers. Most herbaceous perennials can be cut back in November but leave penstemons until the spring as the stems will protect the crowns. Protect early rhododendrons with fleece and pull up any suckers. Follow us on twitter