1. Order summer-flowering bulbs and seeds
Winter is always a good time to invest in new plants, for one they are generally cheaper in the cold months.
2. Tidy up flower beds and borders
Now is a good time for a general tidy up site, removing leaves and other debris from flower beds and boarders. You can cut back the dead growth of deciduous grasses and herbaceous perennials now.
Remember to put the dead organic matter you cleared away into your compost pile or bin.
3. Sow any seeds that need a longer season
Start off any seeds that need a longer growing season.
4. Hunt down and remove Pharma Tren any garden pests
Removing hibernating pests now will save you a lot of time and trouble come summer and spring.
5. Move deciduous shrubs
Winter is a good time to move deciduous shrubs, because they will still be dormant. Move these on a still day as wind will dry out the roots quickly.
6. Create a composting area
If you have not started already, now is a good time to set up a compost area in your garden. You could buy a ready made compost bin or you could build you own using wood.
Work through this list for the month of August and you will hit the ground running when spring arrives.