Left, the beautiful flowers of the late winter flowering Hellebore Tricyrtis. It's taken two years to get itself established, but is now producing snowy-white flowers with beautiful dark pink speckling. Like many hellebores the flowers are gently nodding, so you need to get down to their level for the best view. Muddy knees are a small price to pay for a glimpse of this winter beauty. From Parkers.
The (relatively) mild winter here in Yorkshire has meant that the evergreen erysimums have been in flower almost all winter. The ones pictured below have a vanilla-honey-spice scent that's just lovely when it catches you by surprise on light winter breeze. One of the scented pack from Thompson and Morgan last year, which managed to lose their individual labels. Have a look at their erysimum collection and see if you can tell which one this is!