The first surprise, one of the caper bushes is still blooming. It's planted up against a south facing wall that must absorb and radiate back enough heat to keep the plant from going fully dormant. Most of the other caper bushes are in different degrees of dormancy, depending on their exposure. It probably helps that this variety has a low trailing growth habit, the more upright capers were hit harder by the frost.
So, lets move on to the stalwart bloomers.
Primula x pubescens (seemingly not "Exhibition Blue")
More Sweet Alyssum
I let the Alyssum volunteer around the garden because the bees and other beneficial insects love it.
A volunteer geranium which I haven't identified.
For Daphne, a photo of the rosemary in bloom.
I wish I could send you some to brighten your day!
The tiny flowers of Coleonema pulchellum "Sunset Gold"