There is still time to prune your Wisteria by cutting all the whippy side-shoots back to five leaves from the main stem.
Finish dividing your Bearded Iris now to allow them time to establish before winter.
You can plant your Christmas potatoes now ready for harvesting in December. They'll need to be kept somewhere frost-free or covered with horticultural fleece during cold weather.
Keep feeding your fruit trees, soft fruits and vegetable plants in containers every two weeks for continued healthy growth and cropping. Use a high potash fertiliser, such as tomato feed, for fruits and fruiting vegetables (peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers) to encourage good cropping. Leafy vegetables benefit from a basic balanced fertiliser, or one that is high in nitrogen.
Tidy up your strawberry plants and remove any straw surrounding them. This will help prevent pests and diseases building up.
Cut back any fruited raspberry canes on your summer raspberries. The new green canes should be left and tied in to a support for fruiting next year.
Give your hedges a final trim before growth slows down.
Pinch out the tips of your runner beans once they reach the top of their support. This will encourage more side shoots and flowers to grow lower down on the plant enabling easier picking.