There are crocuses, dwarf irises (not yet) and dwarf daffodils.
Meanwhile, the gooseberrys, blueberries, tayberry and blackberry are still in winter dormancy though some leaf buds are evident.
The strawberries are variable in their success, but time will tell as spring progresses whether they come back well this year.
Some plants appear to have died (such as the Coleus in the ground container which was attacked immediately by slugs after its planting and now is only a stick of a stem).
|A fushia showing some new leaf growth, along with crocuses, geraniums and a strawberry plant. The Callibrachoa on the left looks like it is dead.|
|Another one of the trough containers with daffodils and crocuses in flower, and the second blueberry plant.|
|The yellow pansies (now finished flowering) along with some more spring bulbs.|
|More of the crocuses in flower.|
|This strawberry plant looks fairly healthy, and the primrose is also flowering.|
|The two plants in the large pots at lower-left are Chilean Guavas (Ugni Molinea). The hanging basket above contains alpine strawberry, parsley and mint.|