In my zone 8 Tacoma, Washington garden, winter blooms continue despite a week of temperatures in the teens last month. Camellia japonicas paid no heed to the cold and just kept on blooming.
The first of the Helleborus orientalis is up and blooming.
Helleborus argutifolius has been blooming for a month now and looks like it intends to keep going for some time.
Inherited snowdrops are now all over the garden as they get moved a lot when transplanting other plants in the summer.
Lonicera fragrantissima is a favorite but does best in full sun. Sarcocca is also blooming but I forgot to take a picture of it.
One of the Arctostaphylos whose name I've forgotten. This is the one that had beautifully variegated foliage for several years. No more variegation.
Chimonanthus praecox (Wintersweet) bears another fragrance that is worth experiencing.
I was surprised to see the first of the Crocus tommasinianus are blooming in the hell strip. Looks like they're going to spread around a bit. Hooray!
Meanwhile, in the greenhouse Schlumbergera x buckleyi, the true Christmas cactus has been in bloom since the holiday. All of the Schlumbergera in the greenhouse bloom a bit later and last longer than those in the house.
Finally, some of the wintering Abutilons are spitting out blooms.
Happy Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day!