I often see bunches of tiny yellow flowers or daffodils in with the carpet of blue; Sweden's national colors.
|This one was taken by local photographer fotografmagnus|
And if that's not enough, right around the corner from our apartment there is a florist with the most beautiful and creative displays.
On Fridays there is an outdoor market, and while there are some vendors with produce, at this time of year the goods are mostly floral.
My mother keeps a gardening journal to know when different types of flowers bloom in her yard each year, so for her sake I'll mention that in Gothenburg the middle of March brought crocuses, I saw daffodils at the end of March, and the first fruit trees (plum?) and forsythia bloomed the first week of April.