One small tree is blooming now, Oemleria cerasiformis, Indian Plum. I only discovered it a couple of years ago, the flowers are not very big, and though I tried to look at all the bushes in my yard I have yet to find any plums. Surely they cannot all be male plants? Disappointing.
The most colorful wildflowers at present are on another small tree, the Red-flowering Currants, Ribes sanguinem.
The deer started paying attention to my big clumps of Trilliums last year and now I can't seem to find them coming up, but I did find some blooming hidden in a patch of Salal-
There are some flower buds coming on the Oregon Holly Grape, formerly Mahonia nervosa. I'm with you Gail, on those pesky Taxonomists who are wreaking havoc on many of my plant names.
Enjoy those spring blooms and plant some natives this year!