Yes. Think spring. When you do, you'll be ready for it. Here are some specifics, which should come as no surprise:
- Put your summer garden to bed;
- Reflect on the past year's gardening experience, taking note of your successes and failures to learn from them;
- Dream about something new you'd like to do in the garden, research and plan for it, or forget about it if it won't work;
- Peruse seed catalogs when they arrive in the mail, make a wish-list before you fill out the order forms, then face the fact you don't have room in your garden for all that, and shorten the list;
- Clean and sharpen your tools so you won't be kicking yourself come spring because you didn't do it before;
- Winterize your gas-powered tools, so you won't be kicking yourself come spring when you're taking them to the shop for carburetor repairs;
- Continue adding to your compost pile;
- Read blog articles at goGardenNow.blogspot.com.
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