‘Lead by the Nose’ Viburnum bodnantense is sweetly scented.
Not Snowing/freezing/blowing a gale? Well go on then, steal a march on spring, and do a bit of pottering about. Prop up things that have blow over or are rocking on their foundations, especially broccoli, cabbages, they need to be firmed in and staked if necessary. Then as the temperatures go up and days lengthen, their roots can get on with their important job. Cut back any broken branches (not birches and acers) or ones that are rubbing together. Pounce on any weeds.
Greenhouse: Try sowing some tomatoes towards the end of the month. It is a gamble – but you never know. This is when you really appreciate having a greenhouse, It is a pleasure to be in a warm(er) greenhouse, fiddling with tiny seeds investing in the coming month’s harvest while it pours down outside. Tidy up anyway and prepare the soil, pitch in a bit of feed if you have been growing salads which have been eaten. The same goes for sheds, be inside and tidy up the shed, you will never have time to do it at any other season.