You may prune your fruit trees even in frosty weather. If you have the time to do it, go for it.
Although most flowers might not look good this month, some plants can still be planted if the ground is not frozen.
Fruit trees can still be pruned during frosty weather. If you have the time, feel free to do it.
Straw or flees wrapped around the branches and mulch spread around the base of the tree will protect it from winter frost.
If the soil is not frozen, consider digging beds and borders over thoroughly.
Remember that you should keep off of the lawn when it is frosted.
Pots in your garden should be protected from the harsh winter conditions by wrapping them up in good old bubble wrap.
If the ground is not frozen, there is still a last minute chance to plant hardy plants.
Outdoor taps should be covered in bubble wrap, this will prevent them from freezing solid.