Lilacs - there are a number of these scattered about, mostly growing wild. This one is opposite my house (you can just see a bit of my house in the background).
Avenue of trees - now this is quintessentially English, isn't it? I love this little walk - most likely over 100 years old, this avenue contains a mix of beech, horse chestnut and sycamore trees.
Bluebells - devilishly tricky to photograph due to the dappled light, this is a close-up of one small clump in a wood full of them. The smell is heavenly, you can smell them before you see them.
This is the best shot I managed of a group of bluebells - you can just see the path winding through them on the left. I try to go down here each year, though it does involve some peril - the only ways in and out involve scrambling down or up a 45 degree slope covered in aggregate from the old railway line - well worth the effort though!
Pink purslane - there's a lost of this all along the riverbank, in both pink and white variations. This is not an british species - it's from North America. It (and a few other species) were brought in during the 19th century. Not quite sure how it arrived, but it naturalised along the river banks.
Wild garlic - just starting to flower in places, this plant has a most distinctive scent. It grows in shade in damp places and is beautiful to see when it is in large colonies.
Lawn daisies - common, I know, but pretty and a sign that summer is on the way.
Finally, speedwell - a stunningly beautiful but very, very tiny flower.
It was a lovely walk, hope to have more photos tomorrow.