Warm, sunny weather has resulted in plants popping up everywhere.
First bloodroot of the season noted on Easter Sunday.
Iris reticulata amongst fallen bamboo leaves.
An example of early spring garden chaos: Japanese peony is rapidly bulking up. But I haven't managed to remove the sticks I used to hold a big a big plastic bag over it last week when we had snow. Check out that bud count!
Hellebores looked sad and sick right after last week's low temps and snow. But they've snapped back to attention this week. These are both Royal Heritage strain.