Posted: 22/08/2016 at 01:15
Not a lot is the easy answer.
You can plan for next year though, winter veg can be picked up as plugs bought from GC's or nursery's, kale and chard.
Autumn planting, depending where you live in the country, I'm in the NW, garlic and depending on hardy varieties, broad beans and onion sets can be planted Sept/Oct. I've found a pea variety which is hardy but you take your chances with the British weather.
My autumn planted onions were better than spring planted one's this year.
Perennials are best planted in late Sept/Oct, things like rubarb crowns, fruit bushes/trees, strawberry plants, globe artichokes.
Hope this is helpfu.l