I usually don't start taking pictures until April because March 15th is still pretty brown outside. But here's what's growing in my yard on March 15th in Zone 5/ Chicago:
These snowdrops started growing in January because we had a warm spell, and I thought that maybe they were doomed for the rest of the year. But never fear, these tough gals have emerged from the snow unscathed!
This is my personal success story. Last summer, I divided and replanted all my tall bearded irises (a first for me!) and you can see them coming up through the brown leaved and the brown stalks from last year.