Mine have opened at the bottom of the spike - but it's a slow process, and definitely later than usual. (West Somerset area)
Almost, maybe a couple of days yet.
Mine started opening this week.
Same here LeadFarmer look like pink in colour.
Some of my white ones should open in the next few days but the normal pink ones and the perennial ones are much further behind.
Some of the purpureas are showing colour.. Not a lot of action elsewhere.
We saw a few wild ones blooming in south Cornwall last week - we've got some white ones just beginning to open today in our garden here in Norfolk.
If you look at the white one at the back of the shady bank - nearest to the lantern-shaped bird feeder - it was showing colour when I photographed it on Monday - now it's just beginning to open - there are some others on the bank beginning to open too - the ones in the foreground aren't as advanced.
I've a few opening at the bottom of their spikes, most are in bud though.
Been away for a few days and they have are opening now (since Sunday)