One blooming plant that I failed to include on Bloom Day is Iberis sempervirens. More than 40 years ago I rooted small cuttings of Candytuft from the garden of a neighbor, Martha Morrison. They grew in my yard in Metro Atlanta and I moved them south. These same plants have lived in 3 locations in my present garden. Right now they border a white bed on the south side of the greenhouse and are blooming heartily, mid-February.
Iberis sempervirens Candytuft
Hardy to zone 5, I don't know why we don't see more of these hardy perennials. Martha had a row of them across the front of her house in front of low-growing box hollies.