Spring is not far off. Just a few days of warm, sunny weather and the wood gets colour. The white flowers of wood anemones appear everywhere. On the edges of the paths, the yellow stars of lesser celandine can be seen. On the edges of the wood, blacktorn and cornelean cherry are blooming. Here and there on a sunny spot, low to the ground, the narrow yellow ray flowers of coltsfoot reach over the grass. The wild daffodils now steal the show, and as many are still in buds, many more so-called ‘Easter flowers’ can be expected the coming days.