1. Start your clean up for the fall. Cut back dead flowers, petals, and leaves that fall in your flowerbeds.
2. Dig up and store your tender bulbs like caladiums, dahlias, cannas and tuberous begonias.
4. Purchase spring bulbs and plant spring flowering bulbs.
5. Mow your lawn regularly and keep grass height at 2 ½” .
6. Plant your late season annuals like ornamental kale and cabbage.
7. Fertilize lawn with organic fertilizer to stimulate winter root development.
8. Dig outdoor herbs and repot to bring inside.
9. If it becomes an Indian Summer, keep watering your garden and lawn about twice a week.
10. Since the soil is moist, be sure plant container grown shrubs, trees, and fruit bushes.