Distinctive trifoliate leaves and delicate white flowers with 5 delicately veined petals.
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Aha! So yours is out already! I've been keeping my eye out for this one in the woods round us (near Milton Keynes) for a few days now (for the Woodland Trust's excellent 'Nature's Calendar' website), but no joy yet - though our wood anemones are already on show, and I saw our first swallows today, too. Spring seems to be bounding out of its box right now trying to catch up!
I also found some in flower today, at Uppacott Wood, just south of Barnstaple, Devon. The leaves are often described as having a lemony flavour, although they seemed more like apple to me.
Yes, I've seen so many flowers today - West Wales definately seems a bit ahead. Have a look at this which I put up this morning.
I saw my first swallow on Tuesday but our 'own' swallows haven't appeared in our barn yet - just waiting for them now!!
Am just going to have look at the Woodland Trust site - thank you.
Well, following on from my earlier comment, our wood sorrel finally came into flower around here (Woburn Sands) only on the 28th of April - so, yes, you were a good 10 days ahead of us.
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