Top 10 Jobs to do in October

Tuesday 01 October 2019

Autumn Chill Sets in.

Sometimes it may seem pointless raking, when the wind blows even more leaves onto the lawn, but just think of all the lovely leafmould you can make. It’s also time to start preparing for early frosts.

1. Divide established rhubarb crowns to create new plants
2. Cut back perennials that have died down
3. Divide herbaceous perennials
4. Move tender plants, including aquatic ones, into a
greenhouse or conservatory
5. Plant out spring cabbages
6. Harvest apples, pears, grapes & nuts
7. Prune climbing roses
8. Finish collecting seeds from the garden to sow
next year
9. Last chance to mow lawns & trim hedges
10. Renovate old lawns

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