The first bluebells are just starting to flower on Brush Hill. It won't be long now until the woods turn into a sea of blue, but the water's currently green with just the slightest hint of blue!
Then in the car park I found three soggy little wood anemones in flower. They're the first I've noticed up there this year, although in a few more weeks there should be lots of them. They're such pretty little flowers when they're fully open and an indicator of ancient woodland. It always makes me laugh that some of the best treasures on Brush Hill hang out in the car park, but it's often a good place to look for something!
I'm really looking forward to the woodland flowers appearing over the next few weeks.