The odd flower blooming in this group
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Thanks a lot for the ID, Dennis
...there isn't much with leaves shaped like this: but there is a garden escape, Asarum europaeum (google it) which looks similar.
However, the leaves of Asarum are much smaller and glossier, and it has tiny, insignificant dark flowers.
I don't know how likely you are to find it out in the wild, but it might be around in parks and planted spaces.
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Rachy, thanks for the info. Had a look and the leaves are similar, but the flower is different so what I saw was almost certainly Winter heliotrope.
...I didn't meant to imply that you were wrong, you are entirely correct!
I was love wandering off the topic... sorry!
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