Center: Disporum sp.
Right: Flowering Quince (Chaenomeles sp.) still blooming but starting to form fruit, Jack in the Pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum)
Center: Shooting Stars (Dodecatheon media album)
Right: Epimedium niveum? and Lily of the Valley (Convallaria majalis)
Right top to bottom: Brunnera 'Jack Frost,' Polemonium reptans 'Stairway to Heaven'
Center top to bottom: Brunnera 'Looking Glass,' Brunnera 'Hadspen Cream,' and the last of the Bluebells (Mertensia virginica)
Right: Pulmonaria 'Roy Davidson' with a Hellebore
Top row: Corydalis 'Blackberry Wine' with Thalictrum thalictroides (Anemonella) 'Oscar Shoaf,' Labrador Violets (Viola labradorica), a big Allium whose name I've written down somewhere*
Center: Phlox divaricata 'Plum Perfect'
Bottom row: Bearded Iris "IWHWIBTP" (It Was Here When I Bought The Property), Iris cristata 'Eco Little Bluebird,' Thalictrum 'Thundercloud' in bud.
Left top to bottom: Prairie Smoke (Geum triflorum) just starting to smoke, Hellebore, Iris siberica buds, Geranium macrorrhizum
Center top to bottom:Epimedium 'Lilafee,' Crabapple
Right: Thalictrum thalictroides f/k/a Anemonella rosea, Dicentra 'King of Hearts'
Top row: Heucherella 'Sunspot' with Phlox divaricata 'Clouds of Perfume,' Thalictrum/Anemonella 'Cameo,' Dicentra 'Bountiful,' not 'Zestful' as I've been calling it. (I found the tag when I pulled up some Lamium.)
Center: Heucherella 'Burnished Bronze'
Bottom row: Geranium maculatum, Tiarella 'Pink Brushes,' Tiarella 'possibly Iron Butterfly'
Center: Celadine Poppy (Stylophorum diphyllum)
Right: Little Merrybells (Uvularia perfoliata)
Left: Tree Peony (Peony suffruticosa possibly 'Chojuraku') in bud (edit. I just saw a photo of 'Chojuraku' on A Study in Contrasts. It doesn't look like mine, so I think mine might be 'Ofujinishiki.')
Right top: in bud, Peony 'Mons. Jules Elie' (Yes, I've finally decided that's who it is.)
Bottom right: seedhead of Pulsatilla vulgaris
Things blooming but not shown: Geranium sylvaticum 'Mayflower' (identical to Geranium maculatum except for a slight difference in the leaf), and Viola soraria. The Columbines (Aquilegia vulgaris hybrids) and several Clematises are in bud.
While yellow seems to be the color of April, around here, pink is the color of May. Speaking of May, take a virtual trip to May Dreams Gardens to visit Carol, the host of Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day.
*It's Allium aflatunense 'Purple Sensation.'