From @Martha Stewart: "Once flowers fade and bulbs and tubers are dug up for winter storage, they pretty much all look alike. To ensure that you'll replant them in the right location next spring, write the variety or color of the plant directly on each bulb with a permanent marker. Then store the bulbs in peat moss or newspaper in a cool, dark place."
How to store bulbs for the summer. In early fall dig up carefully. Let dry about two days outside, then indoors with good circulation 2 weeks. Refrigerate or 8-16 weeks and plant in early spring, about Feb in Central FL
Natural Insecticidal Soap Spray: KILLS aphids, mites, white flies, thrips, and mealy bugs. Mix 1 1/2 tablespoons of biodegradable liquid soap...like Ivory or Murphy's, 1 quart of water, and a couple drops of orange or lemon essential oil. Add to spray bottle and shake. Spray plant thoroughly covering underside of leaves as well.
you can easily turn a small space on your wall into a simple planting calendar. Find some ribbon and some clothespins, and arrange your seed packets by month. By hanging this handy "calendar" in your potting shed or garage (make sure it's a space that stays relatively cool and shaded), you'll always see at a glance which seeds you should be sowing next.