The joys of spring! 10 easy October tasks to make your garden gorgeous next year

Whether you have a large plot or a modest window box, there is plenty to do – from going overboard with your bulbs to providing homes for pollinating wildlife

If you were one of the estimated three million people who discovered gardening this year, don’t imagine that now is the time for hunkering down indoors with re-runs of Gardeners’ World and a pile of seed catalogues. There is much to be done outside, especially if you are determined that next spring and summer will bring an even more bounteous and beautiful garden. There is not much else to look forward to, so you may as well give yourself the gift – and smug satisfaction – of thriving plants. Here are some of the things you can do with optimism for better times ahead.

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