Yep, that's bluebells.
I noticed bluebells in my neighbour's garden the other day, but I figured it was an April Fool's joke. Today I saw them again, even more of them. Bluebells are supposed to wait until May, late April at the earliest.
I also saw rape seed blooming during my drive on Tuesday through Suffolk, another typical May sight in the countryside.
I guess bluebells don't pay much attention to the calendar, or else the very warm winter we've had—I don't think it got below freezing even once—convinced them to poke their lovely heads up early.
But it's odd to see bluebells and daffodils in the same flower patch. I'm pretty sure I've never seen that before, and you know I'm the sort to notice that.
Bluebells and daffodils, friends at last.