The bloom of the wild daffodils is past its peak. Belgian gagea grows almost on the path. This year with an exceptional amount of flowers. It is a bit of a search for the beautiful blue flowers between the dark green leaves of dwarf periwinkle. The edges of the paths are filled with yellow star-shaped celandine flowers. Wood anemones are now the most striking bloomer in the forest. Once the sun provides enough warmth, their white flowers open and a snow-white carpet of flowers appears in the forest. Here and there a blooming hyacinth emerges. But of the bluebells, it is currently the still growing leaves that stand out and turn the forest floor green.