First, as always is the Cotoneaster Hedge.
This young Crimson King Maple has had some difficulties, but has survived another winter.
The Swedish Aspen is filling out nicely.
And my favorite tulips are getting ready to bloom.
The Plum 'Prunus Multiplex' takes it's time to wake up, but is peppered with pink flower buds.
My Redtwig Dogwood is also back.
Speaking of dogwoods, here's a gratuitous dog pic. She is also enjoying the sunshine.
Despite the long cold winter, the little Azalea is looking better than usual for this time of year.
The lilacs are also doing well.
Blue Fox Willow might fill in this year, after my terribly 'pruning' job to try and get rid of black aphids in 2009
The old fashioned bleeding hearts are adding inches by the day.
Brunnera Jack Frost has survived his first winter in my garden.
Sedum Autumn Joy is a nice collection of rosettes, I wish it would stay at this stage for a longer period, I think it's adorable!
The Mockorange looks great, no winter dieback at all.