WIld enough to eat?
After a much needed trip to the hairdressers - the first since last July - I bought an iced drink from Costas and headed into a nearby small park with adjacent woodland area to enjoy it. The woodland hosted small clumps of bluebells, though sadly not the native ones. However they added welcome spots to colour ranging from their namesake blue through mauves and pinks to white.
Back near the car I spotted a clump of wild flowers with attractive white bell-like flowers. A member of the Allium family, they are known as Three-cornered Leeks (or Garlic according to some online sources), and apparently have a mild onionly, garlic taste; I left them alone for others to enjoy!