What to Plant in November

November Garden

Knowing exactly what to plant in November can be a bit of a grey area, especially for those who are new to the hobby. However, this month is a critical time for gardeners.

From spring-flowering bulbs to bare-root plants, there’s plenty to be getting in the ground throughout November. Read our guide to help you form your to-do list this month.

Daffodils

A spring classic: the wholesome daffodil is a necessity for your spring gardens next year. Our daffodil range is huge, perfect for those looking for more than your average daffodil variety. Add to your beds, borders, or even containers for an impressive display throughout the month, or to be used as cut flowers for your spring arrangements!

Double Flowering Daffodil Collection
Double Flowering Daffodil Collection
Narcissi dwarf mix
Narcissi Dwarf Mix

Tulips

Tulips come in all shapes and sizes, and our tulip range is truly unmatched. From Darwin Hybrids to Viridiflora species, we’ve got a variety that will suit everyone’s different tastes. When it comes down to what to plant in November, tulips are essential spring and summer flowering bulbs to be getting in the ground.

Single early tulip mix
Single Early Tulips Mix
viridiflora collection
Tulip Viridiflora Collection

Bare Root Roses

Start to get your bare root rose plants into the ground starting from November. Bare root roses can be planted from now till March, so you have plenty of time to get these bad boys planted and ready to go for summer and autumn.

rose collection
Award Winning Rose Collection
climbing rose collection
Climbing Rose Collection

Pansies

Pansies are a British favourite, and this spring should be no exception. November is almost a last call for getting your pansies into your beds and borders, ready to appear through winter and spring. Explore our full range of pansies, both maxi plugs and garden ready, today.

Pansy Can Can garden ready variety
Pansy Can Can
pansy super winter/spring mix in maxi plug format
Pansy Super Winter/Spring Mix

Now that you know what to plant in November, read some of our other handy guides!

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