1: Prepare your garden beds by clearing debris and adding compost for healthy soil.

2: Prune dormant trees and shrubs to promote new growth in the spring.

3: Protect tender plants from frost by covering them with frost cloth or mulch.

4: Plant cold-hardy vegetables like kale, carrots, and Brussels sprouts for a winter harvest.

5: Check your winter garden regularly for pests and diseases, and treat accordingly.

6: Water your garden sparingly in the winter to avoid waterlogged soil and root rot.

7: Consider adding a layer of mulch to insulate plants from freezing temperatures.

8: Start planning your spring garden by ordering seeds and bulbs for early planting.

9: Don't forget to enjoy the beauty of your winter garden, even on the coldest days.