Take Care of the Perennial Weeds Early: These types of weeds are the stubborn ones that will continue to grow up until the fall. They’re gearing up for the winter too, storing necessary nutrients for the next spring. Before the first frost, the best thing to do is to spray them down with weed killer. If you missed the first frost, make sure there is still a good amount of green leaves, or wait for regrowth, before you spray the herbicide.
Clean Up The Old Stuff: While the annual plants thrived in the spring and summer, unfortunately, they’re not going to last another year. After the first frost, you’ll notice how they will start to wilt and just look shabby. Remove the dying plants, and prepare the area for newer vegetation next year.