Glory-of-the-snow (chionodoxa) is perhaps not as well known a spring bulb as crocuses, but it has been a very dependable bulb in my garden.
After a cold February, a chilly March and a cool April, they have still opened up nicely.
The pulmonaria is making a valiant effort to get going, but it would like a little more sun and warmth.
The scillas are a lovely blue even if some are still closed.
This patch is doing its best to open up.
Wind-blown and wrapping their petals around themselves, these crocuses will probably just call it quits when the sun does come out.
I think the chipmunks have been raiding the bulbs as I seem to have fewer crocuses and tulips. Oh well, I guess they were hungry.