"After autumn passes and winter sets in, take a bird's eye view of the garden while its bones are bare. Sketch out those planting plans that came in the heat of a summer moment, before they drift into winter hibernation."
And the other is less technical and more about sharpening the saw in high summer, but its deeper meaning applies year-round:
"Allow time each day to simply enjoy your garden. Don't dwell on the negatives--the weeds, the unfinished tasks, the plants nibbled by rabbits. Instead, focus your eyes on the beauty of details--a newly opened flower, dewdrops gleaming in the sun, a butterfly winging from bloom to bloom."