No surprise that the daffodils and hyacinths were taking off. It's prime daffodil season.
But there was also bloodroot (what a creepy name for a lovely flower). Bloodroot is reseeded by ants carrying off the seeds, eating the part they like and tossing the rest. I've never actually seen this, but it's well documented. The Native Americans apparently used the red sap from the underground stems to make a red dye, but the plant can be toxic, and you especially don't want to get it on your skin, so I choose to admire from afar (well, not afar, but without touching the plant).
The photo below isn't the best, but there were fields of yellow wildflowers. They may well be weeds for all I know, but they're very pretty when so many of them are bunched together.
Spring is so much fun. Every day (or at least week) something new is blooming.