I do hope so - the winter is over. A few sunny days we had recently were good to rise up the mood and get out into garden. No, I haven't worked in it at all. It is still too dump, I would only make more damage to soil. I simply made an inspection to see what could not survive this rather cold winter month.
First: the ivy on the fence - which is rather surprising because it takes cold very well. Now I truly see how cold it was. It will take some time for new leaves to grow again, but now it really looks awful.
Second: Honeysuckle and the rose 'Felicite Perpetue'; they will need fair cutback.
Third: The Japanese Spindle; this small bush is completely brown but, the leaves will grow again. That's about all of the damage I noticed (besides that poor kale on the first photo!). Not much. And, it is not all black as it seems - snowdrops are everywhere.
The first garden task this weekend will be cutting the Wisteria to two buds. It is the right time to do it.