Sow winter veggies like cabbage, broccoli, spinach, kale and brussels sprouts for winter/spring use.
Harvest vegetables as they mature and pick herbs to be dried for use later in the year.
Pinch out the tips of tomato plants and feed them with low nitrogen fertilizer to direct energy into ripening fruit.
Cut old raspberry canes back to ground-level but leave younger canes, which will be slightly green: they will bear next year’s fruit.
Don’t forget to thoroughly water newly installed trees, shrubs and hedges.
Try planting some Autumn Crocus and Colchicum. These “magic” bulbs will bloom in Sept/Oct. for a very pretty show.