Indian plum (Oemleria) is one of the first shrubs to flower here on the south coast, usually in early March, although this year being what it is, i.e., ridiculously warm, it is opening in mid-February. It is a native plant that produces small, peach-coloured, plum-like fruits that ripen to dark purple. They are edible, but bitter. Robins don't seem to mind.
Ornamental plums (Prunus) are also in bloom, providing chances for clichéd photos of blossoms against blue sky, which I am not afraid to take.