Hello, I have a few questions and don't want to create a bunch of threads so I will post everything here. This is my first year with a VERY large balcony in Vancouver, so I've experimented, and it's been expensive. Now fall is here I need advice on what I should do to prepare for overwintering and hopefully something will be left for spring. - Herbs I have Dill, Mint, Rosemary and Basil, all of these seem to have powdery mildew, I have to throw them away don't I? The soil as well? (The Rosemary seems so hardy and keeps growing) - I have very large planter with A LOT of soil, I've grown tomatoes and a TON of Basil and Swiss Chard. The Swiss chard got Powdery Mildew so I cut it all down and just a week ago the steam of the tomatoes looks a bit moldy. ugh. The Basil is good though. I understand in this planter I must get rid of the plants, but with the Powdery Mildew do I have to get rid of the soil too? There is just so much soil! - I have a couple small Roto's and Peonies - I read somewhere in fall I should replant them into bigger pots. - Small Fig - Store it in a plastic bag outside and don't water.. really? I've also read on a few sites that I could stop watering plants all together in the winter and they will be fine until the spring, This seems a little crazy, but if this is the case maybe I'll try it. My "large balcony" has no cover so I'm a bit worried about leaving them to get absolutely drenched in the Vancouver winter rain. I do have a small balcony that is covered. Should I maybe try to move everyone there for the winter? My concern is if they are too crowded some mold or something might form. ANY advice would be so helpful I've attached a few photos as well. Thank you in advance!