If time is running out identify the key areas. Some parts of your garden will be more noticeable than others, either because they are in a prominent position or are particularly attractive and colourful (or are an eyesore!) Step back and try to look at it as if you have not seen it before - better still take photographs. What is the first thing that catches your eye? That's a key area. Is it looking great? Focus on it till it is!
I took my own advice before writing this post and photographed the garden. Not in my usual way of composing the picture carefully and photographing only the bits that look their best, but as a stranger might see it, impersonal and objective, arriving at the end of the drive, looking over the fence, stepping up the path....What an eye opener! It made me aware of how selective and subjective my vision is.
It also made it very clear which areas are key.
Back to it.