A few photos to show what is looking good in the garden this month

Anemone blanda or wind flower, quite apt in view of the recent storms!
White Forsythia, Abeliophyllum distichum, such beautiful flowers for late winter
A clump of freckled hellebore seedlings
Primula vulgaris the common primrose always seems to be in bloom these days
Up close and personal with a cream and green hellebore
Cardamine quinquefolia is beginning to open its pretty blooms
A bunch of Crocus looked lovely for Valentine’s Day
Sunshine from a Crocus pre storm Dennis
Narcissus Tete-a-Tete, heads down awaiting Dennis!
Bergenia cordifolia or elephants ears raises its flowers
Lunaria annua ‘Chedglow’; dark hairy leaves look great even before flowering
First bumble bee spotted
Beautiful inky markings of Iris reticulata ‘Katharine Hodgkin’
There’s always one that is too early! Fritillaria meleagris
A lovely white bonnet of Leucojum vernum
Sarcococca hookeriana, tiny flowers with a strong scent
Iris reticulata, nibbled in bud I think but a stunning colour
Galanthus ‘Seagull’ – beautiful
Lovely inner markings on G. elwesii ‘Snow Fox’
Snowdrops with green tips
An exquisite hellebore
G ‘Blewbury Tart’ lifting her skirts
G ‘S. Arnott’ a large robust snowdrop
A snowdrop slipping from its protective spathe
Just right for 14th
Hellebore foetidus wearing purple lipstick
The black willow, Salix gracilistyla ‘Melanostachys’ breaking bud
A good clump of Cyclamen coum in mixed colours