Lesser celandine

Some flowers from the same patch as the last post – these flowers are where the yellow came from behind the squill:

There are a wildflower, but they’re a non-native plant from Europe, where they are extremely common. A much nicer subject than the common foot high buttercup – it has shiny petals and is hard to photograph. These are just a few inches high, above a dense carpet of their leaves, the background in this photograph.

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