Early spring crocus are always a delight. The snow crocus that we've had in the south yard for many years seem to have disappeared. The spot was wet and shady a lot last year and the bulbs may have rotted. Fortunately, we had been in this charming little species crocus, Crocus tommasinianus, in the north yard. The Brits like to call these cuties "Tommies."The species tulips planted in the raised beds on the east side aren't showing yet, but they will pretty soon. In the meantime, the earliest bulbs in those beds are the tiny Iris reticulata in shades of purple and blue. They are early and reliable and quite adorable IMHO. The foliage is spikey and green, followed by the flowers with their spots of yellow inside.
Hope you enjoyed the flowers and felines. If the weather predictions are right, there should be more flowers to come soon!