Anything popping up in your garden yet? Some years ago I took the decision to plant only miniature daffodils (there were no daffs, big or small at that time). They are small, and they don't multiply fast, but this year is definitely the best, and they are giving me a good show. Most of them are the common "tete a tete" which I believe are raised in their thousands because they are really hardy and easy care which is why supermarkets sell so many of them! No matter, I love the little yellow fellas.
Also, I see that my Ceanothus (Californian lilac) is full of buds this year, so both of this and the daffs are obviously happy about last year's weather whatever it was. It's up at around 7 feet this year with a wide spread, and the picture below is from the Internet, not my garden, because although the buds are set, it will be around 3 weeks before they are out and look like this. They have a short life, so I don't know how many more years I will have this one, so I'm going to love it every year it blooms for me.
And then for flowering later this year, some plants arrived by post. When I read the label of this one, I laughed, for whoever considered growing Greater Sea Kale in a border? Me! And this is why - from nothing at all (dies right back) you get a spread of up to 5 feet of white froth beloved by bees - who could resist? Again, this is not mine but a picture from the Internet. But I can hope, can't I?