The Daffodil pictures are beginning to backup.
It is still a ways to peak bloom, but mercy there's a lot of Daffodils here now.
I cleaned out a bed on the north side of the resident gardeners house of all the dried stalks of last year's perennials and then went and worked at my client's place this afternoon.
I don't feel like trying to name all these Daffodils.
Something new has showed up. It is looking more like a Muscari than a Scilla. If the flowers actually open with petals, than it is a Scilla. The foliage looks more Scilla like.
Alliums, some quite hefty, are coming up in a lot of places. They bloom much later than the spring bulbs. I think I missed them last year due to The Great Easter Freeze of 07. They were froze to the ground without ever having a chance to bloom.
A big clump of the Cyclamineus Narcissus.
There are a lot of Daffodils here.