Dead head daffodils but no need to tie up their leaves just leave them to die down naturally.
Divide large clumps of snowdrops – they establish much better when still in leaf this is referred to as “planting in the green”.
De-thatch and aerate the lawn.
Weed the borders.
Sow some seeds – here are some hardy annuals that can be sown directly outside – Californian Poppy, Nasturtiums, Calendulas.
Clarkia, Cornflower, Candytuft and Love in the Mist.
Plant agapanthus, lilies and gladioli for summer colour.
Feed your roses using a fertilizer with a high pot ash content – sprinkle around the base and lightly fork in.
Cut the lawn.
Prune winter flowering jasmine.
Divide border perennials.
Dead-head pansies and primroses