The summery temperatures of the past days made for a canopy almost completely full of leaves. It is only on some more open spaces that the sun can still reach the flowers. The bluebells are withering and are forming fruit. The white flowers of Ramsons (Bear’s Garlic) are forming beautiful white carpets. Salomon’s seal with its white hanging fowers is blooming, gracefully bending over. Wood-sorrel keeps blooming in the shadow of the conifers, and Herb-Paris is blooming. Along the edges of the wood, Wood spurge and the bushy Bird cherry is blooming.