I was out moving mulch around ahead of the pending storm when I noticed a Snake's Head Iris blossom. They're certainly unusual, hardly bloomed last year when I planted them but look good this year.
The first Hyacinths to bloom are a pretty lavender pink, from mixed collections, so I don't know the cultivar. This one is near the Elicheer double daffodils. It has bluer companions which have not even broken ground yet.
This one has been planted here long enough to start dividing, so there are two bloom stalks.
These old daffodils have been here for at least 35 years, planted by Lane's sister. They're reliable early bloomers, despite the poor photograph.