Blooming near the pond is Old Fashioned Bleeding Hearts (Dicentra spectabilis), the White Bleeding Heart is behind this one. The short yellow flowers to the left are Leopard's Bane (Doronicum orientale) and to their left are Tete-a-tete Daffodils.
In the pond Water Hawthorn (Aponogeton distachyos) is blooming although they look a little beat up after the freeze we had about a week ago.
Out front the Weeping Cherry is in full bloom. It got a very short haircut last year, so it's a bit shorter than it should be. We thought it looked like a "Who" from Dr. Seuss.
Lots and lots of Muscari is blooming. They've spread like crazy and are overtaking the Heucheras. Guess I'll have to divide and thin them out after they finish flowering.
In the back corner of the path garden it's never looked so good. There are several different types of Hellebores blooming, another Bleeding Heart, Muscari, Pulmonaria, Corylopsis 'Buttercup' and the Camellia japonica 'Marie Bracy'.
Not too bad for it being the middle of March. Garden Bloggers Bloom Day is hosted on the 15th of each month by Carol of May Dreams Gardens. Join her to see what she and other gardeners around the world have blooming today.