These are some photographs of the flowers in bloom in my local woodland (South England). I’ve been practising with my new camera, which allows closeups. So I went and invaded some floral personal spaces.
Wood Anemone (Anemone nemorosa) – It was a cold and dimly lit morning, so most of them had their flowers closed. The woods are currently awash with wood anemones. I used to call them ‘Wooden Emilys’ when I was little. It’s a hard word…
Lesser Celendine (Ranunculus ficaria) – Celendines can often be found growing among the wood anemones.
Bluebell (Hyacinthoides non-scripta) – Most of the bluebells haven’t flowered yet, but a few have come through in sheltered areas.
Greater Stitchwort (Stellaria holostea) – These white flowers grow in a few sheltered spots.
Wild Violet (Viola riviniana) – A few wild violets are flowering, though there will be more later in the year. They’re small plants, so they’re easily missed. They’re my favourite of the woodland flowers.
Daffodil (Narcissus spp. ) – A cultivated variety of a native wild flower. The graveyard in the woods has many daffodils.
4 thoughts on “English Wild Flowers in Spring (Photos)”
These are so beautiful!! I found your blog searching for posts about the author Sheridan Cain. I have one of her books I am reviewing. I love to post flower photos too so I like your blog!
I’m glad you both liked the pictures.
And yay for Sheridan Cain!
Very pretty. (I never thought of daffodils as March flowers).
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