1. Prune + cut shrubs and trees
Pruning in early fall may also stimulate new growth, which has little time to harden before cold weather comes.
2. Tidy up the garden: edge it!
Use a sharp, flat-headed tool, such as a spade, to cut a clean line between the beds and the lawn. This will give your garden a tidy appearance over the winter, and give you a head start on spring's chores.
3. Put in some green
When the weather changes, some plants break down all the green pigment. Leaves turn yellow or red in fall.
4. Cold Tolerant annuals for Fall Color
If you live in a climate with frost and cold, these plants will keep your beds and containers lovely as long as possible.
5. Clean-up leaves
Remove leaves and other plant debris from the lawn. If left on the grass through the winter, a thick pile of debris could cause bare spots and letting them pack down can smother the lawn and create conditions ripe for diseases.
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