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Bluebells share their woodland domain with other flowers, most notably primroses, anemones, yellow lesser celandines and ramsons, also know as wild garlic, which produces an unmistakable odour that you will smell long before you spot the small white flowers.
In Lord Aberdare's little park everything else seems to have gone underground to hibernate until the world warms up a bit - all except the lesser celandines.
At present nature is only just getting its act together and we can see the first bright yellow lesser celandines, ranunculus ficaria, flowering on the woodland margins.
GARY McLARDY found flowering groundsel and two lesser celandines in Formby.
Flowers being planted include hedgerow plants, native bluebells, wood anemones, lesser celandines and wild garlic bulbs.