Some people don't like autumn because they don't have as many flowers blooming in the garden, they can't spend sunny days outside and it's getting cold. However, if they adapt to these circumstances, get plants that flower in autumn for their garden and buy warmer clothes, they can spend a few more days outside and relax in the garden. While relaxing, they can also take care of the garden so that it can survive the winter, winterize the flowers and do a few other things that will keep them a little less busy in the spring.
Every gardener knows that if leaves are left on the ground for a long time, they are likely to develop mould on the lawn, which is hard to get rid of. If you would like to avoid this experience, rake up fallen leaves regularly. Nowadays, there are helpers who can help you pick up the leaves so you don't have to touch the rake. These are electric vacuums and leaf blowers. Both women and men can handle these tools.
Nobody probably wants weeds in the flower bed. The same applies to weeds in the lawn and thistles, which can multiply very quickly throughout the garden. If you don't want to plough the whole garden in spring or spend hours removing weeds, remove them all in autumn. Then you won't have to remove any weeds in the spring and it is very likely that new weeds will appear in much smaller numbers later.
If you didn't manage to plant any plants in spring, autumn is your second chance. During autumn, showers are frequent, it is humid and the soil is not dry. These conditions are ideal for new plants to take root. When you plant, always remember to make the holes a little bigger. Put compost, soluble fertiliser or good quality soil in the bottom and then water the plant sufficiently. After planting, water the plant every day when it is not raining. It will have time to take root before winter and should not freeze.
Some plants require pruning in early autumn to help them thrive or survive the winter. An example is roses, which require pruning in order to overwinter well. Some plants are also pruned to shape them to your liking so that they have time to grow back before winter so that they don't freeze. So find out which plants in your garden need autumn pruning and then get to work.
It may seem strange that you should water your garden in autumn or winter. If you haven't done so up to now, you may be able to help your plants considerably from now on. During autumn and winter, plants still evaporate water. However, because the ground is frozen on most winter days, plants have no way to take up water. Focus on watering on days when it is not raining/snowing and temperatures are above 4 °C. Then you can water plants that are evergreen in the afternoon. Dry winters can harm the plants, so you can save them with this treatment.