Heavy, wet snow blankets the garden.
This is spring?
Sometimes it's called an onion snow, the last gasp of winter. In a day or two it's gone and spring returns.
Don't worry about the bulbs and other plants which has sprouted, there's nothing to do with them and most will be just fine.
For trees and shrubs, let them be. Even though their branches weep under the weight of the snow, they will return to their former glory as temperatures rise.
Plants have been dealing with the extremes of spring for centuries and will thrive when spring returns.
I hate to say it, but the garden is beautiful covered in snow.
We all long a break in the weather. When it does, the memories of cold start to the season will fade away like an onion snow.