African Garden + [winter]

Awakening: March Foliage Followup

I'm combining Foliage Followup, brought to you by Pam of Digging, with Gardening Gone Wild's Picture This photo contest for March. The theme is "Awakening," which is what my garden is doing now that the snow has melted. My entry for the contest is the above photo, Stylophorum diphyllum, the native Celadine Poppy.
Here's a sampling of foliage, most of them showing how things made it through the winter under the snow, except where noted Top row: Hepatica nobilis var. acuta, new growth of Pumonaria 'Roy Davidson,' Tiarellas 'Pink Brushes' and possibly 'Iron Butterfly,' new Tulip sprouts with Heuchera 'Cintronelle,' Helleborus x nigersmithii 'Walhelivor' (Ivory Prince™).

Middle row: a chartreuse suite of Aquilegia Vulgaris, Campanula garganica 'Dickson's Gold,' and Campanula persicifolia 'Blue-Eyed Blond'; sprouts of Mertensia virginica, the native Bluebells; Penstemon 'Pike's Peak Purple'; Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa; Aquilegia vulgaris seedling; new sprouts of Hylotelephium (Sedum) 'Matrona.'Bottom row: Daphne x burkwoodii 'Silver Edge,' Symphyotrichum (Aster) laeve 'Bluebird' in need of cleanup, variegated Lavender with Dianthus 'Cranberry Ice,' Veronica prostrata, 'Verbrig' (Goldwell™), new growth of Aconitum fischerii (?), and a repeat shot of Hepatica nobilis var. acuta (sorry, I didn't notice it until just now).
Finally,

Emerging daffodil sprouts, the amazing, incredible Geranium 'Bob's Blunder' (I had no clue it was evergreen, or ever dark purple), the same shot of Hellebore foliage as the last collage (which I just now noticed also), a mystery Sempervivum, and a sprout of Allium aflatunenense 'Purple Sensation.'
Obviously, I need to be a bit more careful making collages, but I am just so excited by how well so many plants came through the winter and all the new sprouts popping up all over the garden.
What's sprouting in your garden today?