Also finally in full bloom and putting on quite a show is the Carolina Jasmine. Here's a shot showing the vine in all its glory. It suits me, but I have to trim it back every time my 6'4" friend comes to visit.
And another photo showing some individual flowers.
Of course, it was the daffodils that really got spring going. It started with the Ice Follies and Carltons (I think they're Carlton, anyway).
And then these unknown short daffodils that I can't identify that I already showed in a previous post.
And now there are various jonquil types blooming all at once. I know that many of the all-yellow ones are Sweetness, but the ones with different colors on the cups and the perianths all came in a mix so I can only guess what their names are. Sweetness blooms very early for me, but with a very long bloom period. Frequently it blooms with multiple flowers per stem, and then later with a single flower per stem (presumably on smaller, younger daughter bulbs).
Here are a few more bulbs for good measure:
Dutch iris. The white ones are always the first to bloom in my garden.