Laura & I have been on a course to learn how to promote woodland wildflowers through creation on glades and dappled shade. It will be interesting to develop these management techniques along the valley like Southwood & Wellesley Woodlands. At Chinthurst Hill we saw a host of woodland wildflowers, like the photo below with; lesser selendine (bottom left), forget-me-not, native bluebell and wild primrose (hidden top right).
Also we found the delicate pignut with tiny pale flower clusters.
And finally a few wood sorrell.