Crocus tommasina, c.t. Ruby Giant, species iris Katharine Hodgkin, and fritillaria meleagris planted, all either in the parkway strip or bordering the sidewalk on the other side. I bunged them all in the same holes -- hopefully it'll make for a pleasing effect, as they come up one after another. If not -- oh well. It's drizzly and I'm tired; there's only so much care I can take with the teeny tiny bulbs.
Next, snowdrops and chiondoxa, scattered in the triangles of grass. If only that actually meant scattered! It actually means digging a bunch of little holes. I had a bulb planter, but it has gone astray; hopefully, my regular little trowel will work for this.