I shall never look at Paeonia tenuifolia in the same way after Maggi's comment! Ours is quite a bit behind that one pictured but it is such a wonderful species in the garden, neat and well behaved (until you tread on it!). My wife was strongly tempted by a double form on Potterton's stand at the Kent Show but they had all gone by the time we came back... (very reasonably priced, less than half that of a sought after snowdrop).
A few things in our garden just now - Hacquetia epipactis 'Thor', very fresh as it first comes through the soil; Helleborus odorus, a good form from Blackthorn; Primula 'Gigha'; Hyacinthus orientalis, the wild type form, much looser and smaller flowered than the normal forms grown and a lovely plant; Helleborus ex. 'Cosmos', grown from seed from one of its originators, Jim Archibald, and probably pretty true to the original; and finally one of the most beautiful small cherries, Prunus x blireana, a compact shrub with reddish foliage and smothered in double-pink flowers in early spring. An all round excellent plant which we have paired with Daphne odora in our garden, a marriage of equals!