This shot doesn't look much different to the earlier months...
But the detail has moved on! The snowdrops are still in bloom, but they've been joined by cowslips.
If you look really closely, you can see the first shoots of the dicentra appearing at the base of last year's stems.
Lots of crocuses opened up in the sunshine.
Sarcococca Confusa (or Christmas Box), which has little spindly white flowers, and the most amazing scent. I've planted it in the front garden so people can smell it as they walk past!
Beginnings of a hyacinth poking through
And these are the first shoots of one of the sedums breaking through. I've just cut back last year's stems, which I leave in place over the winter so that insects can shelter.
What signs of spring are there in your garden?