43. Cool weather may have caused cold-sensitive foliage plants to yellow; move them indoors.
44. Trees and shrubs can often go several weeks without irrigation; water as needed.
45. Add a rain gauge to the landscape and keep track of the rainfall.
46. Establish watering zones to only moisten the ornamental plantings.
47. Feeding time is over for all trees, shrubs and vines.
48. Fertilize annual flowers monthly or use a slow-release fertilizer as labeled.
49. Chilli thrips are causing major damage to many plants; control with a natural spray.
50. Hurry to plant wildflower gardens to have blooms for spring.
51. Eliminate invading vines covering trees and shrubs.
52. Use the cooler weather to transplant trees and shrubs; delay transplanting palms until spring.
53. Add new trees, shrubs and ground covers to the landscape.
54. Select trees and shrubs for their drought tolerance and pest resistance.
55. Water new plantings daily for 2 weeks; thereafter every 2 or 3 days until established.
56. Check and adjust supports holding trees and palms in an upright position as needed.
57. Maintain mulches at 2 to 3 inches over the root systems of trees and shrubs.
58. Replace declining plants with cold-hardy and low-maintenance selections.
59. Select and plant new camellias while in bloom to obtain the desired colors.
60. Work liberal amounts of organic matter into sandy or problem flower beds.
61. Remove old soil from container gardens to give new plantings a fresh start.
62. Turn compost piles at least monthly to speed the process.