I've done about all I can do outside until about March. The ground finally froze (it got down below freezing for several full days and nights). The surface will thaw and refreeze for a few weeks, but I can't do anything useful with that. I thought I was done 2 weeks ago after I cleared off all the garden debris and filled the framed beds and planted 250 daffodils.
But I discovered that 450 crocus bulbs that I ordered last year and never got around to planting because I wanted to make wire cages to plant them in to protect them from the voles and squirrels were still solid and seemingly sound after sitting in my garage for the whole year. So I set about planting them everywhere I could think of. Some 150 went into a bed I plan to move hostas to next year.
Most ended up in containers, though. I used to grow Yukon Gold potatoes in 4 large plastic bins, but the grocery store started selling them, so I stopped. I just buy them now. That gave me 4 bins. And several years ago, the County switched from hand-carried recycling bins to bigger-than-trash-can sized ones, so I had 3 of the old ones.
I filled them all with 4" of topsoil/compost mix, planted extra daffodils, covered those with 2" of soil, planted crocuses on top of that and added another 2" of mix on top of that. So I have about 100 daffodils and 300 crocuses in 30 sq ft of those. Hopefully they will grow and I can reharvest them in Late Spring for more permanent locations (in wire cages for the crocuses).
I don't know if they WILL grow after sitting around for a year, but I know for SURE they won't if not planted.