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

It wouldn’t be spring without cherry blossom, Prunus ‘Taihaku’ – simply gorgeous
Ribes ‘Gordonianum’ has covered itself with delightful peachy blooms
The charming flowers of Narcissus ‘Pueblo’
Honesty, Lunaria annua, with its simple but lovely flowers
The gorgeous Erythronium ‘Pagoda’
Amelanchier lamarckii is opening its snowy-white blossom against brownish foliage
Beautifully scented wax-like blossom on the evergreen Osmanthus x burkwoodii
Hellebores are still adding beautiful blooms to the borders
Pale blue icy Ipheion, small but stunning
Another petite beauty, Narcissus ‘Hawera’
Rheum palmatum is opening its large dark leaves
The pretty Tulipa ‘Negrita’ is back for a second year
Fritillaria meleagris, snake’s head fritillary, adding a touch of the exotic to the garden
A beautiful Fritillaria meleagris alba
The two coloured Muscari latifolium. Latifolium meaning broad-leaved
A mix of Pulmonaria including the very pale blue P. ‘Opal’
A pink Magnolia stellata in all its glory
Prunus spinosa or blackthorn blossom is taking its turn to brighten the hedgerows
A white and pale apricot daffodil dancing in the border
Erythronium revolutum or dog’s tooth violet, pale and gorgeous
A lovely little daff to naturalize in grass, Narcissus ‘Jack Snipe’
Epimedium ‘Warleyense’, great on the edge of a shady border
Anemone blanda has been flowering for weeks but is at its peak now
Pulmonaria including ‘Sissinghurst White’ with hellebores
The beautiful Narcissus ‘Thalia’ with white hellebores
Pretty pink Pulmonaria ‘Rubra’ with hairy calyces
Full of lovely pink flowers, Bergenia or elephant’s ear