Plant seedlings of winter and spring flowering varieties.
Plant winter and spring flowering bulbs to the depth of 2 - 3 times the bulb's diameter.
Remove dahlias, shake free from soil, label and store underneath wood shavings.
Divide where necessary.
Sow seeds of indigenous bulbous plants.
Cut plants back that have finished flowering.
Divide where necessary and replant in prepared beds.
Fertilizeonly in warm areas with organic matter or compost, but avoid the stems.
Deadhead and de-bud or replant when/if necessary.
Spray for black spot, boll worm and beetles.
On a weekly basis or as needed
Fertilizewith 2:3:4, aerate and apply super-phosphate.
Make cuttings of lavender, Hebe, Heliotrope and daisies.
Make hardwood cuttings of Hydrangeas, Fuchsias, Philadelphus and Viburnum.
Wait until early spring in frosty areas.
Cut back Plectranthus that have finished flowering.
Harvest the foliage of lemon scented verbena.
Store pumpkins in a cool, dry place.
Plant giant beans in rows from north to south.
Plant garlic bulbs.
Harvest the last potatoes after the first frost.
Provide enough water and mulch.
Cut all dead or scraggly branches of citrus trees and remove suckers.
Fertilizeand water mango's well before flowering.
Harvest guavas and fertilize afterwards. Pick all fallen fruit up and burn.
Plant strawberries out in prepared beds.