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Autumn gardener’s diary

30th August 2007 |By | Be the first to comment

Autumn is a beautiful season full of colour and an ideal time to get into the garden with the one you love. Find out what are the recommended gardening tasks for the months of September, October and November…

Autumn gardener’s diary

Around the garden

  • Bring tender plants under cover
  • Collect and store seed
  • Net ponds to keep out autumn leaves
  • Give the lawn a final cut and rake over to remove moss
  • Clean and put away tools and machinery
  • Collect fallen leaves and pile them to make leafmould
  • Clear autumn debris to prevent pests and diseases
  • Insulate pots
  • Order seed catalogues
  • Clear out bird boxes and put food out for the birds
  • Check the bonfire heap for hibernating creatures before lighting it


  • Support tall, late‐flowering perennials
  • Plant up containers with spring bedding
  • Start planting new trees
  • Plant perennials
  • Plant hippeastrum (amaryllis) bulbs to flower at Christmas
  • Plant bulbs for spring flowering
  • Stop feeding trees and shrubs in containers

Kitchen garden

  • Harvest apples, pears and autumn‐fruiting raspberries
  • Sow winter lettuce
  • Sow spring cabbages
  • Plant garlic
  • Plant new strawberries
  • Begin any winter‐pruning of fruit trees and bushes
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