This little lady's smock flower (also known as milkmaids, because it grows wild in cattle pastures) is a food plant of the caterpillar of the orange tip butterfly. It's a very easy plant to propagate - just detach one of the basal leaves, lay it on damp soil and it'll produce a new plant from the base of each leaflet.
Yet another tulip - this time with a fringed edge to the petals.
Weigela mildendorffiana - which I didn't expect to survive last winter
Iris bud - I've no idea what colour this will be. The suspense is killing me!
Rhododendron bud bursting - no doubt about the colour of this one..