The cold and rain are not good for plants. Especially when the sun is low, some species need a special guard when approaching cold.
We know that water is the source of power plants, so if the rains are frequent, it is important that irrigation is widely spaced. It is important to water the plants before they really check the soil is dry or slightly damp.
This is because if temperatures drop much and the plants have absorbed water could freeze. To care for the land of frost, we can use straw, dried leaves or cover with more soil or sand.
Indoor plants will need different care than outdoor plants, obviously, but both the temperature change will suffer otherwise. Indoor plants must water them with water at room temperature, without flooding the pot without wetting the leaves and deleted manure. This is because the plants must have their cycle and biological process for the rest fall.
Certain plants are great at this time, such as azaleas, conifers, etc.. Indoor plants tend to suffer with stoves, so it is necessary to place a glass of water nearby to evaporate and the atmosphere is not dry. For outdoor plants, as I said above, can cover the ground and if possible, can be covered with nylon to frost the night not freeze
Aromatic plants are those that suffer most from the cold. If you have them in pots, it might be advisable to leave them inside. Those who have developed much can prune. The species are separated to allow cuttings to reproduce and should be protected.