The flowering of the wild daffodils is past its peak. On a gloomy day they remain the most striking spring bloomers in the forest. But the wood anemones are ready to transform the forest into a white flower carpet as soon as the days get sunnier. The beautiful delicate sheath Belgian gagea blooms. Its fine yellow stars hardly noticed between the somewhat larger flowers of Lesser celandine. Both mainly grow just next to the path. Dwarf periwinkle is also in bloom. And the first purple-blue flowers of the bluebells appear, but it is mainly the elongated, grass-green leaves of the hyacinths that give color to the forest floor. Blackthorn blooms in the forest edge, its white flowers stand out from afar.