Even though the weather cools and the daylight dwindles, it's way too early to put the tools away. There's a lot of gardening still to be done. With proper planning, you can still create container displays and even cutting gardens. You might also be busy with lawn care, leaf collection, and spring bulb planting. Below you'll find links to articles, videos, and tips to help you with eary fall gardening. For more timely gardening information and inspiration, check out the September/October 2012 issue of Fine Gardening (#147). Containers that Keep Kicking into FallBored by mums? Well, rest easy; there are many other choices for fall containers, and nursery owner Dennis Schrader shares his favorites. Read more... Video: Fall Leaves Make a Great Natural MulchFallen leaves carry 50 to 80 percent of the nutrients a tree extracts from the soil and air, including carbon, potassium, and phosphorus. So why waste them? Collect them in the fall, save them over the winter, and apply them to your garden beds in the spring. Watch the video... Overwintering Tender PlantsWarm and bright, cool and bright, or cool and dark? Container guru Steve Silk tells you which tropicals need which treatment to survive the winter and live to thrive again next spring. Read more... Autumn Turf TipsPamper your lawn in fall to promote a lush green carpet in spring. Read more... Great Plants for a Fall Cutting GardenRely on colorful, long-stemmed plants to keep your vases filled as the season winds down. Read more... Naturalizing Spring-Blooming BulbsIs there anything more beautiful than sweeps of crocus, narcissus, snowdrops and other bulbs to mark the return of spring? Fall is the time to plant them, so find out how to do it now. Read more... Frost and the Fall Vegetable GardenAs the weather cools, gardeners watch for frosts, which can kill tender crops. Some veggies are frost sensitive and should be harvested immediately, while others can survive temperatures below 32 degrees, at least for a while. Read more... Garden Carve-o-RamaTo enter Fine Gardening's second annual pumpkin-carving contest, post a photo of your garden- or botanical-themed carved pumpkins by 11:59 p.m. Eastern time November 8, 2011. Get the details... Celebrate Autumn in the Garden Browse this gallery of stunning seasonal photos, and post your own autumn beauty shots. Visit the gallery... Related Articles A Gardener's Checklist for Late Fall Great Plants: Flower Power: Grandma's Annuals Web Extra: A garden that looks just as good in winter Kokedama View the discussion thread.