Yes, isn't it great when spring is around the next corner!
We now have tomato and pepper plants growing on our window sills to go eventually into the green house and polytunnel. Cabbage and broccoli seeds sown in the polytunnel along with lots of salad seeds, leeks, and climbing French beans. In the propagator are celery, celeriac and indoor courgette and outdoors I have sown broad beans in the gaps in the autumn sown bean beds and put in some round seeded peas (Feltham First). I also transplanted the onion seedlings from the autumn sowing to beds (under cloches just in case!) I have put down pieces of polycarbonate on the beds to warm up the soil for early sowing of carrots etc. Buisy already in the garden!
In the wood the coppicing is coming to an end for this season; maybe two more weeks at the most. There is lots of space for planting new trees but we may leave the planting till next autumn as the trees we have growing from seed are still quite small. We have lots of chestnut and some hazel timber to cut and dry for fuel and some for planking as well.