If there are such a large number of leaves that you can’t see the garden underneath, however, disregarding them is not a smart thought. What happens is that instead of encouraging the grass, a major covering of leaves will smother it. What do you do with the excess leaves? Depending on what number you have, you can cover your blossom beds with them to nourish that soil.
There are a couple of different uses for such a large number of leaves. You can give them a chance to sit for a couple of days until they start to separate and afterward compost them. You can compost with worms or get an extravagant compost system. Or on the other hand – you can just get a little chicken wire and make a hover of wire fencing and toss the leaves into this little round open-wire container. You need the wire fencing so that air can get to the leaves and separate them. This will yield a pleasant brittle compost by spring and that will nourish your new plants.