The wild daffodils are now fully in bloom. Along the edges of the paths, we see he yellow stars of lesser celandine. When the sun appears, some tiny white carpets of wood anemones can be seen. But a lot of plants still have to start their bloom. The leaves of the wild bluebells turn the forest floor green; a few flower buds are appearing on some places. Nothing is growing, though, where last year’s photograpers who did not keep to the paths, stood between and on the flowers. Those are now flowerless spots only covered in dead beech leaves. It will be one more week before the wood anemones are in full bloom. You need some more patience for the bluebells, they will probably reach their peak in the second half of April.