The sun does reach the flowers on some open spaces, but only for a short time of the day. Flower leaves are getting paler. Fruits are being formed. In the areas with a lot of light, Lady Fern and Male Fern can be noticed between the withering bluebells. If you come from far and you’re considering a visit to see the bluebells in particular, it’s better to postpone your visit to next year. It’s such a pity that people get off the main paths to get a good picture. When stepping next to a path, for only one footstep or sometimes even for some metres, bluebells are being trodden on, and these cannot make a new flower bulb that would make a new flower the next year. So next year and the years to come, these will all be barren spaces, no single bluebell there.