Protect your newly planted trees before the harsh weather comes.
Dead leaves and plants will rot in the cold weather and will cause crowding in the springtime.
Adding compost ensures your yard gets the nutrients it needs to replenish after a long summer.
Covering up any water feature in your backyard will prevent a leaf buildup during fall.
Plan out what you want in your garden next summer to get an early jump on it.
They’re going to be on your lawn anyway, so why not rake them and use them to prep for spring?
It also keeps your soil warm as the cold weather seeps in.
Start your garden by planting seeds in the winter; it’s much cheaper than buying seedlings in spring.
If left for the winter,these plants become a breeding ground for insects.
To prevent cracks, put your pots in a garage, or wrap them in a thermal blanket.