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What gardening work in early and full autumn

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Autumn! Early autumn begins with the ripening of the elderberries, while full autumn begins as soon as the acorns of the English oak turn brown. The sunny but fresh autumn days want to be conquered with walks or gardening. And there is plenty to do in the garden at this time of year! This gardening work is due in early and full autumn.

In the kitchen garden

Sow

As soon as the elderberries are ripe:

  • Sorrel, lamb’s lettuce, winter spinach, barbara herb
  • parsnips, radishes

In the greenhouse:

  • purslane

Plants

As soon as the elderberries are ripe:

  • Endive
  • garlic
  • rhubarb

To cut

As soon as the elderberries are ripe:

  • Remove worn stems from summer raspberries

As soon as the acorns turn brown:

  • Remove old blackberry rods

Protect

  • Apply glue ring against the beads of the frost tensioner
  • Collect windfalls that are infected with the Monilia fungus
  • Cover the cabbage species with a protective net against the cabbage white butterfly

What else to do

As soon as the elderberries are ripe:

  • Cut out the blossoms on tomatoes
  • Harvest time for ‘Alkmene’, ‘Gravensteiner’, ‘Hauszwetsche’

As soon as the acorns turn brown:

  • Harvest time for beans, potatoes, onions and types of cabbage that form heads
  • Pile up the fennel
  • Tie the endive heads together so that the heart leaves bleach
  • Protect vegetables sensitive to cold with fleece at night: cucumbers, peppers, tomatoes and courgettes

In the flower garden

Sow

As soon as the elderberries are ripe:

  • Horned violets, winter annuals
  • Summer flowers like fried eggs, pansies, forget-me-nots

Plants

As soon as the elderberries are ripe:

  • Biennial summer flowers
    Perennials (but not sensitive to moisture such as catnip, shrub peony, Turkish poppy)
  • Spring onions: imperial crown, early crocuses, checkerboard flower, snowdrops, winter lumps
  • Autumn onions: autumn crocus and autumn crocus
  • Repot the African lily, divide and replant if necessary
  • Conifers and all evergreen deciduous trees

Fertilize

As soon as the elderberries are ripe:

  • Lawn, mustard as green manure

As soon as the acorns turn brown:

  • Bee friend, winter rye and wheat as green manure

To cut

As soon as the elderberries are ripe:

  • cuttings of herbs
  • Cut back short-lived perennials: yellow juggler flower, – cork flower, girl’s eye

Protect

  • Fight the thuja leaf miner by cutting off and destroying infested, brown shoot tips

What else to do

As soon as the elderberries are ripe:

  • Lay turf
  • Harvest seeds: maid in the countryside, nasturtiums, marigolds, marigolds (tagetes), vetches

As soon as the acorns turn brown:

  • Pond maintenance: fish off leaves, remove overgrown plants, tension a net
  • Protect potted plants that are sensitive to the cold, such as angel’s trumpets, and move hibiscus, ornamental bananas and cloves into the house

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