Here's what's in bloom in the Reeder garden.
Tulips and grape hyacinths.
One of many primroses
Tulips, bluebells (wood hyacinths) ranunculus.
The white candy tuft border is coming into bloom
Hellebores, pink pulmonarias, purple heuchers,
The bronze of new fern fronds. As you can see, everything is erupting.
Native mahonia (Oregon Grape - low growing)
Red Japanese maple tree flowers.
Native red flowering currant.
Still blooming: Leucojum above, Magnolia stellata below.
The first Lewisia is blooming on the front porch.
Trillium: Red flowering,
Native white flowering, now turning purple with age,
Blue and white pulmonaria (lungwort)
Native purple violets
Fragrant Viburnum burkwoodii
"Mouse" flowers under the Mouse Plant, but those are not the leaves of the Arisarum proboscideum. I'm holding thos back, and didn't get any in the photo. Quite the name for a funny little plant.
Flowers of the Full Moon maple
Tall growing mahonia - Oregon Grape.
These are highly fragrant and the bees love them. Now if it would only warm up enough for the bees to emerge.
Tom has put out all of his mason bee cocoons and I keep looking for them to start buzzing about. No more bees in the refrigerator. :-)