Blooming this morning in the garden are
alyssum (as always)
a little annual called Virginian stock Malcomia maritima
muscari, the little grape hyacinth, so funny I think of them as winter bloomers although they just opened, and the dafodils which are coming in a matter of days as being the heralds of spring
wax begonias which overwintered well this year
12 kinds of flowers blooming. I always count kinds; even if I have a half dozen roses blooming at once, they count as one kind. I work at having flowers all year, as I have said before, and have had as many as 60 at once, although 40 at peak season is more like it, and 20 continually is not unusual. But the past few years I backed off on the garden and it shows.