I'm amazed that I have yet to get a killing frost here. The historical first-frost date is September 31, so this is quite extraordinary. Given that our last-frost date has been pushed back by two weeks, it means we get an extra month of gardening. (Not that this doesn't mean troubling things for our planet.)
I pulled the last of my tomatoes, peppers and parsley a few days ago, and moved my lettuce underneath my little cold frame to try to get a few more weeks out of them.
Today was a big moving and planting day: I'm planning on a new raised bed in my front yard (since it gets more sun), so I had to move a bunch of plants, including phlox (david), boltonia, ox-eye daisies, joe-pye weed, a veronica spicata, one bee balm, and a hydrangea. I turned everything over (including the hundreds of annoying ox-eye daisies starting out), threw a hundred alliums (cowanii) and about ten garlic cloves around the area, then put down some soil and compost over it all, and watered it in. I also watered all the plants I moved.
I also had time (though the days are getting short!) to plant more spring bulbs, putting in some squill, tete-a-tete daffodils, and allium bulgaricum around where I had planted them last year. I still have to plant my chiondoxa and anemones, but I imagine I'll have more time to do that.