I haven't been working in my front garden, so it's pretty ragged, but here's what was blooming on this sunny Easter Sunday: daffodils, grape hyacinths, brunnera, and just a few bleeding hearts.
The brunnera is shockingly invasive (see how it's crept in among the grape hyacinths?) but it blooms for a good six weeks, making delightful clouds of sky-blue flowers that look just like forget-me-nots. It's one of my favorite plants.
I hope all of you who celebrate Easter had a lovely day.