Almost all of the Hellebores have flowers coming up.
Daffodils, Bluebells and Crocuses are making their way through the soil.
Every year I'm surprised at how early the Pulmonarias have buds on them. I love this plant, it blooms early and stays in bloom for a long time. It also reseeds giving me new plants to spread around.
The Flowering Currant 'King Edward VII' which was new last year has lots of buds on it. In front there is Epimedium and Hellebore.
Acorus has been a great evergreen addition to the front entry garden.
Moss and lichen are flourishing on the old wood fence. This poor fence is in need of being replaced, but I love how the old wood looks decorated this way.
Green Man looks sleepy while waiting for spring. (I'm hoping to have this gate painted purple someday.)
Lamium in the shed garden adds color and texture with it's fuzzy leaves.
If we don't get snow this week I'm hoping to start my first round of winter sowing. Then I'll be watching those containers for the fresh green of new seedlings. I can't wait!