In fact, my little cotoneaster hedge is actually showing signs of colour changes, which it hadn't before the snow. It was also completely covered in a profusion of ladybugs.
There are no less than 6 in the picture below (click to enlarge).
PJM Compact is looking much happier and relaxed here, than it did with the leaves tightly curled in the snow.
I'm not sure about the burning bush, it has gone a sickly yellow/gray colour, nothing like the brilliant red I was hoping for again this year. I don't know what it'll do from here, but I suspect the leaves will drop soon.
The leaves on my Mme Lemoine treeform lilac have gone an interesting 2 tone colour after the blast of winter. I think they are very attractive.
And because I can't help but take a picture every time I walk by my Kyushu Hydrangea, here it is again.
This dwarf globe cedar is finally looking like something. When they say these are slow growing, they REALLY mean it. This one is at least 7 years old, and is not much more than an 18 inch ball.
One more new addition, a Blue Muffin Arrowwood Viburnum. I've been interested in these for quite some time, the springtime white flowers are very pretty, the blue berries are unique and attractive and the burgundy colour in the fall is very decorative. My only concern about it is hight & width, although it is marketed as being smaller than most, some reviews say it isn't true. I need to consider this when choosing a location, so if anyone has one, I'd really appreciate any info.