●● Bring in house plants which have been standing outdoors for the summer before the evenings become cold and the first frosts beckon. ●● Continue to plant spring-flowering bulbs including daffodils and hyacinths. ●● Tidy up climbers, removing any rubbish that has built up at the bases of the plants during summer. ●● Clematis cuttings propagated under glass in the spring should now be established and can be planted out in their growing positions. ●● Pot arum lilies for winter-flowering under glass, using John Innes No. 3 potting compost. ●● Cut gladiolus flower spikes regularly, leaving at least four leaves on each plant. ●● Give mid and late-flowering greenhouse chrysanthemums a feed of balanced fertiliser until the buds show colour. ●● Continue to remove weeds so that they don’t shed seeds.