2. Do not prune Plum trees when they are dormant over the Winter months, this can give them Silver leaf disease, which can kill them.
3. September is the time to plant many Spring flowering bulbs.
4. Money saving tip. If you have any lengths of rainwater downpipes spare (not the metal ones), cut them into pieces, (a junior hacksaw or similar makes an easy cut), approximately 3 inches (8cm) long, for use as plant collars, they are durable and long lasting.
5. I thought this link may be useful to my viewers from the U.S.A. GLENS GARDEN.
6. Cut back your tall perennials once they have stopped flowering.
7. Tidy up the Strawberry bed, removing decaying foliage. Stake down runners into pots or into the ground. Remove any unwanted runners.
8. Collect any ripened seeds that you want to save for future use.
9. Start to pot up any herbs which need to be brought indoors over the Winter months.
2. Spring Cabbages can be planted out now.
3. Parsnips will taste better if left in the ground until after a frost.
2. Runners from Strawberries can be planted now.
3. Add manure, lime or green manures to your soil, depending on each beds condition and your crop rotation.