Surprise surprise, with exceptionally warm early spring temperatures, plants are popping open all over the place with surprising speed. Walked around the garden several times today, even looked for a sign of Trillium nivale but didn't notice anything, then on an afternoon garden walkabout, there it was, the first bloom on Trillium nivale. Many more sprouts are coming up, for more blooms on another day. Supposed to go up to 80 F (27 C) by midweek, highly unusual, hope I don't miss the flowers while I'm at work.
Trillium nivale, with Helleborus niger in the background on the 2nd photo.