Funny when you forget things that you planted last year. This primrose greeted me this morning in the backyard. I had planted it in my front yard last spring, but moved it to an afternoon shade spot when it got too hot for it to be happy.This little tulip is double pleasures. The leaves are variegated and there are no less than 3 tulips coming out of each little set of leaves.
Bleeding heart (löjtnantshjärta) not so little as a plant, but a little pleasure to watch because it's growing so fast you can almost hear it. Not kidding, this one grows more than an inch a day.
Ooh, and my little têtê-á-têtê daffodils, these are the cutest. No taller than a hand, and so cheery as they are growing head to head.
At the beginning of the spring, I am so willing to crouch down and marvel at the tiniest of things growing or poking out of the dirt, and I think by being early, these get the attention they deserve.