There hasn't been much wind either so the cherry blossom is still hanging on and looking lovely.
Under the cherry tree, I have kerria japonica and honesty flowers clashing colours,
and, mostly hidden by them, the first flowers on Solomon's seal
The veg patch borders are covered in forget-me-nots
and the fences are covered by leaves on raspberries, flowering currants and 'real' currants, and montana clematis which isn't quite flowering yet
Underneath, bluebells are hiding. I've tried to plant them in shady spots similar to their natural habitats - so under currant bushes, next to large flopping plants or in shade cast by buildings
One apple tree is still in full flower, though another is only in bud.
First signs of lily of the valley.