- Protect strain plants who fear the cold with a mulch or a blanket of dead leaves.
- Plant hardy perennials and not afraid moisture winter.
- Clean bedding. Lower the perennials.
- Place outside the flat of seedlings of perennials requesting vernalization to germinate, like monkshoods, poppies of the Himalayas…
- Plant bedding seasonal fall chrysanthemums, ornamental cabbage, heather…
The bulbous plants
- Finish dig plants from non-hardy bulbs and store frost, protected and dry.
- Plant bulbs in spring flowering.
Trees, shrubs, conifers
- Plant deciduous tree is the best time to the trees delivered in bare root.
- Protect the fragile species from the cold.
- Multiply by levying woody cuttings of dry wood that you plant in a cold frame or in a sandy land at the foot of a wall tilted to the north.
- Plant roses delivered in bare root.
- Protect roses in cold regions.
- Lower half of the branches rose bushes so get a clean and elegant silhouette.
- Plant hardy climbers foliage falls.
- Prune one last time hedgerows of deciduous plants. Lower drastically hedgerows plant lapsed become too imposing, carrying twice and in over two years.
- Get out and protect the pump.
- Create a lawn with earth horticulture.
In the vegetable garden and orchard
The vegetable garden
- Sow peas round grain and beans.
- Begin asparagus and make them an organic manure.
- Begin artichokes to protect from the cold.
- Plant fruit trees, berries and grapes.
Around and in the house
Plants of interior
- Prune plants and squeeze exuberant.
- Gradually Reduce watering and fertilization.
Greenhouses, chassis and verandahs
- Air as much as possible.
- Watch for the emergence of diseases and pests and treat if necessary.
Terraces and balconies
- Water a little plantations, especially if they are placed in line with a balcony and do not receive rainwater.
- Protect pottery fragile cold, for example by wrapping plastic bubble.