A summery warm spring sun gives a push to the spring flowers. In the forest edges, blacthorn is thriving abundantly, its shrubs full of snow-white flowers. There are still a few beautiful daffodils left. In the edges of the paths, lesser celandine ensures yellow stars. But the most conspicuous spring flower of the moment is the wood anemone. There seems to be a white sea of flowers in great parts of the woods on such a sunny day. On the plateaus, which are the sunniest and hottest places in the wood, here and there a bluebell appears. But there is just a few of them. The coming days are the time to enjoy the wood anemones. Don’t miss out on the wonderful time of the anemones, if you can.