Autumn is a great time to rethink and make over any garden spaces that aren't quite working. It's also a good time to transplant plants that are struggling, too wet, too dry, not enough sun; better to risk moving them now than to watch them languish in an unsuitable place. Planting in Autumn give things plenty of time to settle in before they burst into growth next spring (especially spring bulbs!) and no fear of new plants drying out over Summer.
Don't forget to harvest all that citrus hanging about and my new favourite Choko. If you're lucky enough to grow choko or know someone who does try my great pickling recipe below. Fantastic with cheese and crackers or added to summer salads. Yum