A Walk in the Woods

It’s a beautiful sunny morning. The wind’s a bit fresh, (March is going out like a lion!) but look at that blue sky! Would you like to join me on a Sunday stroll in the woods?

Since Anemone nemorosa is only just beginning to flower, she is still showing a touch of pale pink… or is she blushing?

Her cousin, Anemone ranunculoides, is a little showier in her bright spring yellow…

The Corydalis cava spread across the woodland floor, like Edwardian ladies preparing for a picnic…

This must be the Corydalis bride…

Look who is waking up… a sleepy cowslip! Primula veris, what a nice surprise!

While the Hepatica nobilis perfumes the woodland with its sweet and heavenly scent…

… the Yellow Star-of-Bethlehem, Gagea lutea, simply glows…

And glows…

Yellow seems to be the colour of the day, as the Lesser Celandine, Ranunculus ficaria, draws the eye to a sunny clearing …

But oh my goodness. A jump for joy! Long sought and rarely found! Two sisters stand next to the foresters’ road; Coltsfoot – Tussilago farfara – has finally been sighted again.

Now we can turn back and make our way home in the warming sunshine.

Thank you for coming with me!

16 thoughts on “A Walk in the Woods

  1. What a lot of beauties! We only have about half of those. I should begin posting woodland flowers by the end of April. I will bet you are outdoors all the time.

  2. How beautiful Cathy. We spent a weekend in Shropshire early last April and enjoyed similar woodland flowers. March exited quietly here but I think that it’s going to get livelier as the week goes on.

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