I'm been telling myself for a while that I must get the mower serviced. It's 10 years old and has never had a service but it's starting to blow a bit of smoke and be harder to start.
As I posted yesterday, I'll be trying to protect my plants from frost!
Also considering some fruit trees.
Yes, there's still plenty you can do in the garden in winter. You can plant bare rooted roses and deciduous trees. You can prune fruit trees and roses and other plants like camellias and hydrangeas. You can divide and replant herbaceous perennials like cyclamen, geranium and euphorbia. You can also plant flowers for spring, like lupins, delphinium and dianthus. And there's even vegies to grow like spinach and lettuce and peas.
Thanks for sharing @Fuchsia. Your garden sounds lovely. Even though the rest of your family might not have much interest in your garden, you'll find plenty of like-minded people here on Workshop! It's great to have you as a member of the community. Thanks for joining us and making your first post. Please post again soon.