There's always plenty of work to be done and the trusty garden rake comes into its own. You also need to consider the ideal planting for the coming spring, cutting back any unruly plants and collecting the piles of leaves ready for mulching.
A Garden Perfectly Made for Wildlife
I came across some pictures from Gail Eichelberger and her garden just amazed me. It sums up for me the colours of autumn - an explosion of red, yellow, bronze and gold. A feast for the eyes I'm sure you'll agree...
Visit http://www.clayandlimestone.com/2012/11/i-get-your-garden.html now to see if you 'Get' her garden.